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Call for Papers - Special Issue: ‘New EU & UK Rules for Regulating Competition in Digital Markets’

The North East Law Review is a law journal edited by students and members of staff at the Newcastle Law School. We publish contributions of the UK and EU undergraduate and postgraduate students.

The 2023/24 Special Issue of the Journal is dedicated to legal analysis of EU Digital Markets Act and/or UK Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill/Act. Papers scrutinising any aspect of these emerging legal regimes separately – or preferably comparing them – are welcome.

Articles are expected to be up to 10,000 words (including footnotes) and essays up to 5,000 words (including footnotes).

Students are encouraged to consult their lecturers in case they intend to propose for publication a paper which was also submitted for assessment within their relevant undergraduate or postgraduate UK/EU University modules or are part of their dissertations or theses.

All submissions should be sent as Word Document to The papers will be reviewed by the members of the Editorial Board and academic editors. Those selected for publication will be provided with the necessary feedback, comments and the North East Law Review Style Guide.


The closing date for submitting the papers is 3rd February 2024.

Please send all your queries and submissions to


Student Editor in Chief Eleanor Clayton

Academic Guest Editor of the Special Issue Prof. Oles Andriychuk