✒️ Call for papers for Volume 5 (2020)
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 since its content is also distributed by the Société québécoise d'information juridique (SOQUIJ). The Revue hopes to inspire academic vocations while also sensitizing students to the importance of doctrine, a cornerstone and fundamental source of law. The Revue looks forward to opening an electronic window into current research while producing quality content that will contribute to the development and deepening of legal knowledge.
2. Editorial Policy of the Revue
The Revue Juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal adheres to a strictly independent policy. Managed by students, for students, all the published material is evaluated anonymously by its Reading Committee or externally in partnership with academic and legal experts. The direction and the editorial board take no responsibility for the opinions expressed by authors in their contributions.
An author wishing to submit a text may do so my sending it to the editorial board of the Revue, by email to the address email@example.com. The Revue Juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal publishes papers, commentaries (jurisprudential, parliamentary, institutional), book reviews as well as argumentative texts submitted in connection with a given contemporary legal theme.
The deadline for the 2020 issue is January 10, 2020. Although all papers submitted after that date will be considered, we cannot guarantee publication in the next issue.
5. Submission instructions
The Revue only accepts manuscripts submitted in format MS Word.
The manuscripts must be 1.5-spaced, in Times New Roman 12-point font.
Manuscripts should contain between 3 000 and 20 000 words and should be accompanied by a short summary (100-150 words) a biographical note detailing the name of the author, his/her present title (as applicable), the university to which he/she is attached and the address at which he/she may be contacted as well as a list of four or five keywords.
Authors are responsible for the presentation of their manuscripts and the correctness of their sources. References should conform to the Guide des références pour la rédaction juridique by Didier Lluelles (9th ed., Montreal, Les Éditions Thémis, 2017) or with the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation edited by the McGill Law Journal (9th ed., Montréal, Éditions Yvon Blais, 2018).
The Revue does not dispose of the resources necessary to effect major revisions to manuscripts. The Editorial Committee therefore reserves the right to return a manuscript that requires too many corrections to its author for revision.
The Revue Juridique étudiante de l’Université de Montréal does not accept manuscripts that have been submitted to another publication. Any publication in the Revue is therefore conditional on the cession of copyright to the Revue. It should be noted that authors may subsequently publish the same text, or a portion thereof, in other publications, provided that mention is made of the original publication in the RJEUM.
7. Address of the Revue