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Founded in 2014, the Revue Juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal (R.J.E.U.M.) is a scientific e-journal aimed at the diffusion of law students’ research. Managed by students, for students, it stands out from other journals by the rigor of its editorial process. Through its vocation to spark interest for research and legal argumentation, the Revue hopes to consolidate the position of scholarly writing within a jurist’s academic journey. All selected articles are likewise published in the databases of the SOQUIJ.
The Revue juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal was founded by and for law students with the goal of offering a publication platform for young researchers and thinkers. The mission of the Revue is to make students aware of the importance of scholarly writing, both a pillar of law and a fundamental source in law, and […] Read more
1. Presentation of the Revue The Revue Juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal (RJEUM) is a scientific and bilingual e-journal (rjeum.openum.ca) aimed at the diffusion of law students’ research. The Revue aims to offer young researchers and thinkers of law an essential visibility to their personal and academic development. It offers its authors great exposure […] Read more
The blog of the Revue juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal offers a space where all news pertaining to the legal field can be discussed and analyzed. The blog posts can be presented as commentaries on a recent court ruling, as a potential solution to current issues pertaining to the legal domain or as a theoretical […] Read more