The Yearbook of European Union and Comparative Law (YEUCL) has opened an invitation for submission for Volume 1 (2022). We are interested in particular in critical approaches to European Union and Comparative law

In addition, YEUCL welcome critical and original papers of topical and classical issues in EU law (european constitutional law, internal market law, european foreign policy, european competition law, european private law, comparative methodology, comparative jurisprudential approach, etc).

Papers are free in lenght.

All the papers will be reviewed by the Scientific board in addition to anonynous reviewers to assess their quality and contribution to academic debates.

YEUCL author style requires: Title of the paper, abstract, key words, references.

Submissions and publications are free of charge.

Authors who would like their articles to be considered for Volume 1 should submit by 30 September 2022 in the submission sector. For further details send us an email at the following


Book Reviews


YEUCL is pleased to receive  requests to review recently published  books (usually within 8 months of publication) that may be of interest to the readership of the journal.

Potential reviewers should write to the Editor  at the following email address:                    with requests to review any titles that have caught their attention. 

If your review offer is  accepted your manuscript will be sent to you in pdf format.