The editorial board of the ELSA Malta Law Review recently launched the third edition of this student-edited and peer-reviewed law journal at Dar l-Ewropa, Valletta. The event was organised by the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) Malta, a student organisation based at the University of Malta.
As has become somewhat of a tradition, ELSA Malta organised its annual debate to commemorate such launch. This year’s chosen topic was the free movement of information and copyright laws, with a special emphasis on the ELSA Malta Law Review’s open access policy. A panel of distinguished speakers discussed their views and opinions on this topic, which panel was composed of:
- Dr Austin Bencini (University of Malta)
- Dr Richard Camilleri (Mamo TCV Advocates)
- Dr Philip Mifsud (Ganado Advocates)
- Dr Jeanine Rizzo (Fenech & Fenech Advocates)
This year’s edition was reviewed and edited by an editorial board composed of five postgraduate law students studying at the University of Malta: Nicola Jaccarini, Editor in Chief, and Matthew Borg, Elise Dingli, Martina Farrugia and Chiara Frendo, Editors. The third edition of the ELSA Malta Law Review features a total of nine contributions on a variety of national and international topics, remaining true to the multinational dimension of the ELSA Malta Law Review. In keeping with its open access policy, all contributions may be accessed online at http://www.elsamaltalawreview.com/edition-iii.
For more information about the ELSA Malta Law Review, including access to all previous editions as well as details about all ongoing essay competitions, please visit www.elsamaltalawreview.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.