The International Journal of Comparative Legal Studies(IJCLS) is currently inviting submissions of articles for its 2005 volumes! The IJCLS seeks the submission of articles that focus on an issue of international or comparative legal studies. Interdisciplinary approaches are welcome. The issue will contain research articles as well as reviews of recent books. Only submissions of original articles and reviews not previously published or under consideration elsewhere will be considered.
Submissions should be approximately 3000 to 8000 words in length, and reviews should not exceed 800 words. An article abstract is required for a research paper. Citations should conform to A Uniform System of Citation (17th ed.). Articles should be well-supported with citations to authority. The IJCLS will consider and accept submissions from legal scholars, lawyers, non-lawyers, and graduate students pursuing degrees related to comparative legal studies.
The IJCLS is published twice a year. The deadline for the editors' receipt of submissions for the Spring 2005 issue is March 1, 2005. Submissions to the IJCLS may be sent by e-mail. E-mail attachments should be sent to the address below. A curriculum vita is recommended but not required. The IJCLS will acknowledge the receipt of all manuscripts and typically makes publication decisions within two weeks of receiving a submission. E-mail submission should be sent to the following e-mail address.
Hongming Cheng, Ph.D.
Editor of IJCLS
Department of Criminology
St. Thomas University
51 Dineen Drive
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