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Writing for this blog is a good chance to get your work noticed, as it receives over 3000 page views a day and has more than 1200 e-mail subscribers.

Offers for contributions are welcome from academics (including researchers and Ph.D. students) and practitioners (lawyers, NGO employees and civil servants).

Blog posts could cover any area of EU law, but must (a) explain the legal background clearly and succintly, and (b) offer insight into or analysis of the issues being covered. Most posts cover recent case-law or legislative developments at EU level, but contributions looking at EU law from any angle are welcome.

Contributions are welcome in any area of EU law, but would be especially welcome in areas so far covered in less detail by the blog, particularly the economic and business law of the EU, and EU environment and consumer law.

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  1. The Uk response not to include the EU's fundamental laws in the post Brexit phase is highly reflective of Britain's exclusive approach regarding the European community law. This exclusive mindset of distancing itself from European legal indoctrination speaks about how Britons view to redefine themselves from an EU based-socio-legal ideology.

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