E-Journal on European, Comparative and International Law
Hanse Law Review was founded by students of the Hanse Law School in 2004. Today, the editorial board is composed of alumni of and researchers closely connected to Hanse Law School. The editorial board is supported by a board of student editors, who are students of Hanse Law School. It is an innovative project within Germany and follows a well-established tradition of the Anglo-American legal world, where university legal journals have come to represent some of the most influential and honoured legal publications within their countries. The journal was issued first time in 2005.
The topics of the journal reflect the focus of Hanse Law School, namely European, Comparative and International law. The issues contain articles from all over the world written by academic, practical lawyers and students alike.
Hanse Law Review welcomes contributions on European, Comparative and International Law. Articles may be written in English or German. The suggested word length of articles is between 1,500 and 15,000 words. For further information, pleas read our submission policy.