The Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal is an open-source, peer-reviewed journal, published in English within the framework of MARSAFENET.
The Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal aims at highlighting the most recent and relevant developments in the field of maritime safety and security from different legal perspectives (notably law of the sea, environmental law, immigration law, human rights law, international criminal law and other relevant sectors).
Special emphasis is placed on timely topics, recent judicial decisions, new legislation and current law reform proposals in the field of maritime safety and security matters.
The Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal is an open-source, peer-reviewed journal, published in English within the framework of the current project COST ACTION 1105 MARSAFENET (information is HERE).
Call for Papers
Potential contributors are encouraged to submit the following types of manuscripts:
1. Doctrinal articles: 5’000 to maximum 10’000 words (including footnotes);
2. Commentaries on case law or laws and regulations at the national, regional (especially European) or international level (from 2014 onwards): 2’000 to maximum 8’000 words (including footnotes).
We invite you to send an abstract of the manuscript (maximum 300 words) by 25 April 2015 (notification of acceptance will follow in early May 2015).
Please include the following information: name of author(s), affiliation(s) and type of manuscript.
The deadline for submission of the final manuscript is 15 June 2015 (the first issue of the journal will be published at the end of July 2015).
Please send abstracts and any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org