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Erasmus Law Review

The Erasmus Law Review seeks to foster independent critical scholarship as relevant to the discipline of law. The Open Access journal commissions articles around specific themes, although calls for papers on specific topics might be issued occasionally and will be published on its website. All prospective articles are submitted to double- blind peer review (two reviews per article), and final publication is dependent on the outcome of these reviews. The Board of Editors encourages the submission of legally relevant manuscripts by legal scholars and practitioners as well as those versed in other disciplines relevant to law, such as criminology, sociology, political science and economics. Editorial board: Frank Weerman (Editor-in-Chief); Lana Said (Managing-Editor); Nina Holvast; Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko; Xandra Kramer; Madeleine Merkx; René Repasi; Sanne Struijk


Frank Weerman (Editor-in-Chief), Stephanie Triefus (Managing-Editor), Nina Holvast, Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko, Xandra Kramer, Madeleine Merkx, René Repasi, en Sanne Struijk