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The Netherlands’ Law Review

ELSA the Netherlands’ Law Review is a student-run, peer-reviewed journal of legal scholarship published in partnership with Wolf Legal Publishers. The Review aims to serve as an academic forum that enables both students and legal professionals to analyse and discuss contemporary legal issues.
While contributions are welcome from all members of the legal community, the Review, in particular, aims to provide law students and young lawyers with the opportunity to have their voices heard.

Volume 1

  • PRICING ALGORITHMS: 21ST CENTURY COLLUSION: TO WHAT EXTENT DO PRICE FIXING ALGORITHMS AMOUNT TO ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOUR AS PROHIBITED UNDER ARTICLE 101(1) TFEU? 
  • CURATING THE INTERNET: BALANCING THE RIGHT TO ACCESS CULTURE AGAINST THE ABILITY TO DO SO IN THE DIGITAL AGE 
  • OF MEMES AND MEN: CONTEMPORARY CREATIVE CULTURAL EXPRESSION AND ITS LEGAL IMPLICATIONS 
  • THE USE OF PERSONAL DATA AS A COUNTER-PERFORMANCE IN CONSUMER CONTRACTING AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON CONSUMERS’ RIGHTS 
  • THE IMPACT OF ‘FAKE NEWS’ ON BRAZILIAN DEMOCRACY: THE ONUS OF RESPONSIBILITY IN MONITORING SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS IN RELATION TO ILLEGAL ELECTORAL ACTIVITY 
  • THE CRIMINALISATION OF “REVENGE PORN”: WHAT REMEDIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR VICTIMS IN AUSTRALIA AND ENGLAND? 
  • BACK TO THE FUTURE OF AUTONOMOUS INNOVATIONS: HOW THE EUROPEAN PRODUCT LIABILITY DIRECTIVE INTEGRATES AUTOMATED VEHICLES 
  • HOW ARE SOCIAL MEDIA BOTS REGULATED IN THE USA AND UK IF USED IN THE CONTEXT OF ELECTORAL COMMUNICATIONS? 
  • PROBLEMATIC ISSUES IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF SECOND MEDICAL PATENTS: THE ADJUDICATION OF PRACTICAL DIFFICULTIES ARISING IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF SECOND MEDICAL USE PATENTS BY THE NATIONAL COURTS IN THE EU 

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Editor in Chief: Blánaid Sheeran

ELSA the Netherlands’ Law Review is a student-run, peer-reviewed journal of legal scholarship published in partnership with Wolf Legal Publishers. The Review aims to serve as an academic forum that enables both students and legal professionals to analyse and discuss contemporary legal issues.
While contributions are welcome from all members of the legal community, the Review, in particular, aims to provide law students and young lawyers with the opportunity to have their voices heard.