Ermioni Xanthopoulou wins 2017 Common Market Law Review Young Academics Prize
During the 57th Leiden-London meeting, held on 30 June 2018 in Leiden, the Editorial Board of the Common Market Law Review awarded the 2017 Common Market Law Review Young Academics Prize to Dr Ermioni Xanthopoulou, for her article entitled “Mutual Trust and Rights in EU Criminal and Asylum Law: Three Phases of Evolution and the Unchartered Territory beyond Blind Trust”, which has since been published in the Review.
Submissions 2018 Common Market Law Review Young Academics Prize
The Editorial Board of the Common Market Law Review welcomes submissions for the 2018 prize on any subject in the area of EU law. The Editorial Board will be looking for originality of thought, a significant contribution to existing scholarship, quality of analysis and research, and excellence in presentation.
The maximum number of words is 10,000, including footnotes. Submissions should be sent to Alison McDonnell by 15 September 2018. Please indicate that this is a submission for the prize, and explain on which ground you come within the young academic category. In order to qualify as a young academic, authors should in principle be aged 30 or under. Authors over the age of 30 are eligible if it is less than 3 years since they completed their PhD.
Further information can be found here.