Submissions to the Transformative Private Law Blog

We very much welcome submissions to the Transformative Private law Blog. Below you will find all the information needed to submit a post to our blog.

Anyone who would like to write on the subject of transformative private law can submit an article to us. The blog is open to scholars, students and (legal) practitioners. The blogs should be well written and sufficiently thought through. The Transformative Private Law Blog aims to facilitate debate and conceptual exploration with a high level of quality. To help safeguard this we have a team of editors that supply feedback and comments to your post and have set up some editorial guidelines.

Editorial guidelines

  • Posts should be between 1000-1500 words long (Shorter or longer posts can be accepted if there are good reasons for it).
  • If you are a new author please supply a short biography as well as a high-definition-rights-free picture of yourself.
  • Choose the most relevant category or categories for your post and list them at the bottom of the word file.
  • American English or UK English are fine so long as there is consistency.
  • Please capitalize all words in headings including hyphenated words (e.g. Anti-Antagonist), except conjunctions (and, or, but, nor, yet, so, for), articles (a, an, the), and all prepositions (including those of five letters or more) (in, to, of, at, by, up, for, off, on, against, between, among, under). First and last words in the title are always capitalized. Check using (third option).
  • Define abbreviations the first time they are mentioned in the text.
  • The title of the post should be no longer than 50 characters (including spaces).
  • Dates are written out in the full, April 20, 2004 (or 20 April, 2004) rather than 20.4.04
  • Write don’t, can’t… in full, i.e. do not, cannot.
  • Numbers 1 to 9 are written in full.
  • Numbers at the beginning of a sentence should be written in full, i.e. 54 must be written as: fifty four.

Process of submission

  1. Send your article to in a word document.
  2. This document will be sent out to the editor(s) of the categories of your choice. The editors will supply feedback and comments.
  3. After the editing process is finished, the managing editor will inform you when your post will be on the website. Posts will be published on Mondays and Thursdays at 11AM (CET).