JLMI - Call for papers - Issue no. 1/2025


The Journal of Law, Market & Innovation (JLMI) welcomes submissions for its first issue of 2025.

The Call for Papers for this second issue is devoted to Data Strategy & Trade Law.

You can find the call with all the details at the following link:

Data Strategy & Trade Law

Prospective articles should be submitted in the form of abstract (around 800 words) or draft articles to within 22 July 2024. The publication of the issue is set for the end of November, 2024.

For further information, or for consultation on a potential submission, you can contact us by email at

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The Journal of Law, Market & Innovation (JLMI) is an academic, open-access, online legal journal in English promoted by the University of Turin and the Turin Observatory on Economic Law and Innovation (TOELI).

JLMI aims at offering a cutting-edge forum for the highest level of reflection on these rapidly evolving areas of the law. It accepts articles that focus preferably on an international and comparative perspective, with no geographic limitation.

The JLMI was established to be a forum of excellence that contributes to and promotes the debate on some of the most topical as well as contentious areas of the law. It welcomes contributions from high-profile academics, judges, lawyers, practitioners, civil servants, consultants, and regulatory bodies.

The Editorial Board welcomes submission in all areas of the law connected to: technological and social innovation; economics of innovation; market and financial regulation; economic and business regulation; trade and investment; international business; competition; intellectual property.

The JLMI is edited as part of the Open Access online scientific journals of the University of Turin, Via Verdi 8, 10124, Turin, Italy.

All content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author, in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.