Become a contributor

By becoming a contributor to this blog, you get the chance to share and test some of your ideas and avoid the constraints imposed by classic publishing houses, such as format constraints or long release periods.

This blog is open to all contributions by researchers, practitioners, civil servants who have an interest in European law.
Contributions may cover:

  • any area of EU law
  • the impact of European law on domestic law
  • the literature on European law, such as biographies of great authors, the evolution of the literature, great works, et
  • elements on the career paths for researchers in European law in the various member states (such as the concours d’agrégation, maîtrise de conférence, habilitation à diriger les recherches, etc, in France)
  • commentaries of recent works on European law
  • reports on research seminars or PhD seminars
  • video presentations (such as « my thesis in 180 seconds »)
  • feedback, tips and tricks from researchers

Format requirements are as follows:

  • each contribution should include a picture or illustration (which blogdroiteuropeen can help choose if needed)
  • Videos, tutorials, infographics are welcome
  • the contribution may be in English or French and should include a summary in the other language (the translation may be done by the team of blogdroiteuropeen)
  • For references, hyperlinks are preferred to classic footnotes
  • 1000 words are a generally a good length for a blog post. Longer articles may be accepted depending on the topic
  • The posts should be open to, and even encourage, comments
  • Along with the article, a photo of the author (with his/her title and function) and his/her email/twitter contact should be included

The articles published on may be republished elsewhere, mentioning that they were first published on

If you are interested in contributing, please contact Olivia Tambou, Editor of this blog:

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