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‘Id-Dritt’ is an established peer-reviewed law journal published exclusively by Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi (GħSL), the Malta Law Students’ Society, and is the oldest journal of its kind still in issue in Malta. It is considered to be an authoritative commentary on current issues in Maltese legal publications, including the several important, far-reaching, and sometimes radical legislative amendments that have taken place through time. The journal contains concise, accessible articles which explore and analyse significant issues and developments in Maltese, European, and international law.

The Editorial Board of ‘Id-Dritt’ invites submissions of unsolicited contributions by academics, researchers, law graduates, and legal professionals following the customary Call for Submissions circulated amongst local legal professionals. Contributors must as a minimum possess a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and submit a contribution on a legal subject.

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