About Anti-Discrimination-Law-Review

The journal is a scholarly independent and non-partisan publication. It does not promote any particular ideology or interests of any institutions, be they public or private bodies, as regards equality issues. It is concerned mostly with the existing legal regulations, proposed legislation or constitutional amendments, as well as with case law. The journal also publishes social sciences research (e.g. in political sciences, international relations, anthropology), as long as it is interdisciplinary and has a significant connection with existing or planned legal regulations or jurisprudence.

The journal is published in English.

Its Editorial Board consists of leading Polish scholars, who have both academic and practical experience in this field of law, including the Editor-in-chief Professor Andrzej Wróbel – the head of the Department of European Law at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences and judge of the Constitutional Court of Poland. However, the sphere of interest of the journal is not limited to Poland or Europe. Through its international advisory board, through its selection of contributors and reviewers, the journal aims at participating in the worldwide discussion concerning equality law and examining the impact of global trends in this field.

The journal is the forum for discussion on current developments in the field of equality and anti-discrimination law. It focuses, in particular, on the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union, national courts’ resolutions to discrimination-related issues, and the impact of supranational institutions on national bodies. The main subject-matters covered in the journal vary depending on the current developments in legal scholarship and jurisprudence. At present, the journal focuses especially on the horizontal effect of the principle of equality and legal instruments aimed at ensuring thereof, problems related to equal treatment of persons with disabilities, the interrelations between the principle of equality and freedom of religion in modern multicultural democratic society and the understanding of the principle of equality in context of social and economic rights.

The journal is addressed to scholars and practitioners – judges, prosecutors, attorneys, civil society activists, policy-makers and governmental officials (including members of equality bodies and ombudsperson institutions). It will be published by Wolters Kluwer SA – the Polish branch of Wolters Kluwer in cooperation with the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

The Anti-Discrimination Law Review is a legal journal, publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed research on global, European and national developments in the field of anti-discrimination and equality law. The journal is committed to deepening the knowledge of anti-discrimination and equality law; pondering theoretical understanding of different legal concepts employed in this discipline of law as well as dealing with methodological approaches applied in legislation and jurisprudence. It provides space for refinement of the key ideas in this still emerging and developing field of law.

Information for Authors

for authors
The Anti-Discrimination Law Review welcomes contributions from scholars from all around the world.
Contributions can be submitted to all sections of the journal: articles, case comments, book and reports reviews and current developments. Articles should normally range from 6,000 to 10,000 words in length, including footnotes, and should include a 200-word (maximum) abstract. Contributions to other sections should range from 2,000 to 6,000 words. Case comments should be clearly divided into parts including factual and legal background of the case, summary of the decision and comments. Articles should be divided into sections indicated with concise headings.

Contributions should be in Microsoft Word format to enable comments and edition. They should include contact information for all authors and a statement that the manuscript has not been published, and is not currently considered or accepted for publication elsewhere.

For more information on the journal contact the Editorial Board.

Editorial Team

Editorial Committee

  • Adam Bodnar, Commissioner for Human Rights, Poland, University of Warsaw
  • Monika Domańska, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Barbara Grabowska-Moroz, University of Warsaw
  • Justyna Łacny, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Ada Paprocka, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Sylwia Spurek, Deputy Commissioner for Human Rights, Poland
  • Mirosław Wróblewski, Commissioner for Human Rights Office, Poland

Editorial Board

  • Monika Domańska
  • Maciej Kułak, Editorial Assistant
  • Justyna Łacny
  • Anna Śledzińska-Simon
  • Krzysztof Śmiszek, Managing Editor
  • Andrzej Wróbel, Editor-in-Chief

Editorial Advisory Board

Monash University
Senior lecturer at the Monasch University (Melbourne, Australia). Her field of specialisation is anti-discrimination law, equality, employment law, alternative dispute resolution law, human rights law.
Trinity College Dublin
Mark Bell is Regius Professor of Laws since 2015 and a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin. Prior to his appointment at Trinity, he was a professor at the School of Law, University of Leicester, where he was also Head of the School of Law (2011-2014).
University of Warsaw
Lech Garlicki is a Professor of Law. He has worked at the Warsaw University since 1968, and since 1987 as full professor. He was member of the Warsaw Bar from 1980-1993, judge of the Constitutional Court of Poland from 1993-2001, and judge of the European Court of Human Right from 2002-2012. He was president of the fourth Section in 2011-2012.
WU Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Institut für Europarecht und Internationales Recht
Prof. Christoph Grabenwarter is a Deputy Head of the Institute for European and International Law in Vienna. His field of research is European constitutional and administrative law, European and International human rights protection, constitutional justice and mass media law.
Leiden University
Christophe Hillion is Professor of European Law at Law School, University of Leiden (2005-) as well as at Faculty of Law, University of Stockholm. He is also a Senior Researcher, Swedish Institute of European Policy Studies where he focuses on research on EU external relations, neighbourhood, enlargement, constitutional and administrative law.
University of Zurich
Professor Mahlmann is a Chair of Philosophy and Theory of Law, Legal Sociology and International Public Law at the University of Zurich. Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem and Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C.

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Professor of legal sciences specialising in the European Union law. Head of the Department of European Studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences and Security at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

University of Bologna
Professor Susanna Mancini holds the Chair of Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Bologna School of Law. She is also affiliated to the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, and she is a recurrent visiting professor at the Central European University (Budapest) and the Cardozo School of Law (New York City).
Universität Bielefeld
Franz C. Mayer is a professor of law at the University of Bielefeld, Chair of Public Law, European Law and Public International Law, Comparative Law, Law & Politics. Main areas of his research are Public Law (in particular German and Comparative Constitutional Law).
Polish Academy of Sciences
Dawid Miąsik is a Professor of law at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (INP PAN). He is also a judge of the Supreme Court, Labour Law, Social Security and Public Affairs Chamber. He has published extensively on competition law, the judicial application of European Union law and the functioning of the internal market.
QC
Karon Monaghan QC is an advocate at Matrix Law which is a barristers' chambers located in London and Geneva. They are a group of independent and specialist lawyers who work in a wide range of areas of law. We work throughout the UK and have extensive experience internationally.
Central European University
Mathias Möschel is a Professor Law at the Central European University, Budapest. Mathias Möschel's research, teaching and publications fall broadly in the field of comparative (constitutional) law, international human rights law and non-discrimination law, mainly from a critical race theory and gender perspective.
Lund University
Ann Numhauser-Henning started out her research career in 1984 with her doctoral thesis in Private Law (Labour Law) - Temporary Employment: A Critical Study of the Swedish Regulations governing Categories of Employment and their Functions. 1992-1994 Numhauser-Henning organised the Feminist Legal Seminar Series at the Law Faculty.
Szczecin University
Professor of Szczecin University, Faculty of Law and Administration, director for Poland of the European Master “Law and Policies of European Integration: European Constitutional Law and Multilevel Constitutionalism”. In the years 2003-2007 professor at the Catholic University of Lublin and chair of the department of European Union Law. At the same university: 2002-2003 (associate professor), 1991-2001 (assistant professor).
European University Institute
Ruth Rubio Marín is Professor of Constitutional and Public Comparative Law at the EUI. Previously, she was Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Seville and member of the Hauser Global Law School at the New York University.
Australian National University
Professor Simon Rice has worked and researched extensively in anti-discrimination law, human rights and access to justice issues. After a period in private commercial practice he worked at Redfern Legal Centre in Sydney and co-founded Macarthur Legal Centre.
The Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Isabelle Rorive is professor at the Law Faculty and at the Institute for European Studies of the ULB (Université libre de Bruxelles) where she teaches comparative law, non-discrimination law, legal methods and contemporary issues in mobilising fundamental rights.
Sydney Law School, University of Warsaw
Wojciech Sadurski is Challis Professor in Jurisprudence. He also holds a position of Professor in the Centre for Europe in the University of Warsaw, and was visiting professor (in 2010, 2011 and 2012) at the University of Trento, Italy and in Cardozo Law School in New York.

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PhD degree in Law (University of Warsaw, 1980); postdoctoral degree in Legal Sciences (University of Warsaw, 1990); Professor of Law (1998); Director of the Institute of Civil Law at the University of Warsaw (1992–1996).

Queen’s University Belfast
Dagmar Schiek is Professor of Law with a focus on European Union Law, Comparative Law and Labour Law. She holds a PhD from the University of Hamburg (1992), on the basis of a thesis asking the question "Is lifting the ban on women's nightwork in Europe a straight road to equality?".
University of Louvain
Mr. De Schutter is Professor of Law at the University of Louvain (UCL) and at the College of Europe (Natolin). He holds a LL.M. from Harvard University, a diploma cum laude from the International Institute of Human Rights (Strasbourg) and a Ph.D. in Law from the University of Louvain.
Yale Law School
Professor Reva Siegel is the Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law at Yale Law School. Professor Siegel's writing draws on legal history to explore questions of law and inequality and to analyze how courts interact with representative government and popular movements in interpreting the Constitution.
University of Sydney
Dr Belinda Smith researches primarily in the area of anti-discrimination law, gender equity, and work-family conflict. After working at the Australian Industrial Relations Commission and the Industrial Law Group of Blake Dawson Waldron, Belinda took up a teaching fellowship in the Law School at Columbia University in New York where she began her academic career and undertook a JSD.
Maastricht University
Lisa Waddington holds the European Disability Forum Chair in European Disability Law. Professor Waddington's principal area of interest lies in European and comparative disability law, the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and European and comparative equality law in general.
Polish Academy of Sciences
Professor of Legal Sciences. Employee of the Institute of Legal Studies of Polish Academy of Sciences since 1975. Current positions: director of the Poznan Human Rights Centre, vice-chairman of Scientific Council of the Institute of Legal Studies.
University of Warsaw
Professor Mirosław Wyrzykowski was born on 1 April 1950 in Ciechanów. In 1971 graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Warsaw University. He was awarded his juris doctor's degree from the Warsaw University in 1975, and a habilitated doctor's degree in 1986.

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