We are currently taking submissions of case notes and, for the first time ever, courses of case summaries.
Most of our current case notes are adapted from old essays, ensuring that all your hard work doesn’t go to waste. You can submit a piece about anything, and there’s no minimum word count (or limit). The main thing we look for is a clear description of the case and at least one interesting piece of analysis. You can find more information in our Guide To Case Notes, and make sure to check out our existing case notes for inspiration.
We are now also accepting submissions of a course of case summaries for English tort, criminal, and contract law. Like with case notes, we expect most people will adapt their existing notes, and we hope this allows you to get more value from all your hard work! We recommend you submit two or three case summaries first, along with explanatory text, to check you are on the right track – we will then support you as you complete the rest of the summaries. Again, check out our current case summaries for guidance.
We currently accept submissions related to UK, EU, or International Law. We will also accept case notes comparing a case from another country to an English case.
To make a submission, or if you have any other questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, get in touch by emailing us or using the form below. We’ll make sure to get back to you quickly.