Tilburg Law Review
Journal of International and European Law
The Tilburg Law Review Journal of international and European Law is a peer-reviewed, American-style, student-run academic publication. It serves as a forum for leading scholarship debating on issues of international and European law.
The Tilburg Law Review is the successor to the Tilburg Foreign Law Review, founded in 1991. Newly refocused and re-designed, the Tilburg Law Review seeks to be an important forum for the Euro-Atlantic debate on legal issues transcending boundaries and legal orders, and impacting society at large.
Events & news
27 Jun 2016News
Call for Papers Tilburg Law Review: 'Translating Law'
Tilburg Law Review (TiLR) invites article submissions for its fall 2017 special issue on 'Translating Law'. We imagine this double issue primarily as a collection of articles in law and humanities, but we welcome submissions from other disciplines as well. This issue will also contain the Montesquieu Lecture that Boaventura de Sousa Santos will deliver at Tilburg University in the spring of 2017. Read more
23 Jun 2016Event
Brexit Event June 23rd
BREXIT! On the evening of June 23rd the UK will vote in a referendum whether they want to stay in the EU or leave. TLS Faculty, Magister and Cicero have the entire evening planned out for you, so you will know everything you need to about Brexit. Read more
11 Mar 2016News
New book Hans Lindahl published in ‘Global Law Series’
The Editorial Committee of Cambridge University Press has extended a contract to Hans Lindahl for a book to be published in their Global Law Series in 2017. Read more
09 Mar 2016Event
Montesquieu Lecture 2016: Prof. Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im
’The Spirit of Laws is not Universal: Alternatives to the Enforcement Paradigm for Human Rights’
Black Box, Esplanade Building Read more
27 Jan 2016News
Montesquieu Lecture March 9th: Prof. Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im
It is a great pleasure to invite you for the 2016 Montesquieu Lecture, which will take place on Wednesday, 9 March 2016, at 4 PM. Read more