King’s Inns Law Review

Call for Submissions – Volume X 


The King’s Inns Law Review is now considering articles, case notes, and commentaries for inclusion in its 10th Volume. 

Submission Deadline Extended to: Friday, 9 April 2021 

For this special 10–year anniversary volume, a prize of €500 will be awarded to the best article submitted.

While we accept articles on all areas of Irish, European, and International Law, we particularly welcome submissions related to this year’s theme of ‘The Irish Administrative State‘. A further prize of €500 will be awarded for the best submission on this theme.

Further details on the submission can be found here

About the King’s Inns Law Review

The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is an annual law journal published independently by the students of King’s Inns. It is dedicated to the publication of Irish, European and international legal scholarship. The core purpose of the Review is the promotion and fostering of legal scholarship, both in King’s Inns and the wider legal community across Ireland and further afield.

The King’s Inns Law Review is grateful for the generous and kind support of its friends and benefactors, without whom the Review would not be possible. The Editorial Board welcomes donations and contributions to fund the longevity of the Review, and all sponsorship queries should be addressed to


Editorial Board (Volume X) 2020 – 2021

Editors–in–Chief – Cian Henry and Ursula Quill

Managing Editor – Aoife Doonan

SecretaryJoseph Bradley

Treasurer – Matthew Butterly

Outreach Officer – Wafa Rahman

Social Media Officer – Shannon Regan

Production Officer – Lawrence Meade

Sales and Sponsorship – Gregory Murphy

Senior Editors – William Dunne, Ronan McGurrin, Aoife Nic Chraith, Nathalie Neumayer, Diarmuid O’Leary

General Editors – Patrick Barrett, Darragh Bohan, John Brennan, Catey Clarkson, Meghan Elward–Duffy, Kyle Greene, Cormac Hickey, Ciara Landy, Fionnán Long, Darragh McDonagh, Lawrence Morris, Eimear Murphy, Jason Murray, Suzanne Scott, Oisín Vince Coulter, Michael Ward