The IALS Blog
News, views and information from the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Guidelines to Writing a Blog Post
The IALS Blog aims to promote and disseminate the results of advanced study and research in the discipline of law, for the benefit of persons and institutions in the UK and abroad. We welcome blog post submissions from legal scholars and postgraduate research students. If in doubt, please contact Sandy Dutczak for advice.
Posts should be between 500-1200 words. Longer posts are accepted at the discretion of the IALS Blog editors.
Please submit your post via the online form or email to email@example.com attaching your document in Word format.
IALS reserves the right not to publish every submitted blog post. The decision of the IALS blog editor is final.
All blog post submissions should include your name, university or organisation and your academic position or job title.Posts will always reflect the views of the author and not necessarily those of IALS.
The IALS blog aims to be accessible to a wide audience, including non-academics or those with cross-disciplinary interests. Therefore, please avoid use of acronyms and academic terms that may not be well known outside of your own research area. We would welcome blog posts on the following topics:
- Opinion pieces – your expert opinion on developments in the law
- A precis of your current research
- Reports on the value of law conferences or events you have recently attended
- Reviews of new publications