CALL FOR PAPERS - New Journal of European Criminal Law
The Editorial Board of the New Journal of European Criminal Law is currently inviting proposals for reviews of recently published books.
The books are the following:
- E. Herlin-Karnell, The Constitutional Structure of Europe’s Area of ‘Freedom, Security and Justice’ and the Right to Justification (Hart Publishing, 2019).
- V. Mitsilegas, A. Di Martino and L. Mancano (eds.) The Court of Justice and European Criminal Law (Hart Publishing, 2019).
- S. Coutts, Citizenship, Crime and Community in the European Union (Hart Publishing, 2019).
- C. Steiker and J. Streiker (eds.), Comparative Capital Punishment (Edward Elgar, 2019).
- C. Fijnaut, A Peaceful Revolution: The Development of Police and Judicial Cooperation in the EU (Intersentia, 2019).
- P. van Kempen, M. Krabbe and S. Brinkhoff (eds.), The criminal justice system of the Netherlands (Intersentia, 2019).
- K. Franko, Globalization and Crime (SAGE Publishing, 2019, 3rd ed.).
- S. Carnevale, S. Forlati and O. Giolo (eds.), Redefining Organised Crime: A Challenge for the European Union? (Hart Publishing, 2020).
In addition to these, we are always open to suggestions for other books. So might you have a book that falls within the scope of the New Journal of European Criminal Law, and you would like to review it, please email Auke Willems.
Reviewers ideally have a Ph.D. or are in an advanced stage of their doctoral dissertations, and have sufficient expertise in the relevant area of law. It is essential that they have good English writing skills.
Please direct your interest, as well as any questions, to Auke Willems.The selected reviewer will receive a copy of the book