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The Editorial Board welcomes articles written in French or English and contributions from new authors

- RECOMMENDATIONS TO AUTHORS -

  1. - SIZE OF ARTICLES

    We ask authors not to exceed 40 000 characters (which are equivalent to 20 pages published in the Journal)

  2. - BILINGUAL WRITING

    Articles are published, in extensor, both in French and in English on two symmetrical columns. Authors, themselves, provide the translation of their own article. If this is truly not possible, they are requested to contact the editor.

    The footnotes (including bibliographical references and possibly other information) are only requested in the original language of the text (French or English).

  3. - BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES

    - - Example of a reference to an entire book

    M. Fontaine et P. de Ly, Droit des contrats internationaux, analyse et rédaction de clauses, 2ème édition, Forum Européen de la Communication, 2003, 716 pages.

    - Example of a reference to a part of a book

    U. Draetta, Internet et commerce électronique en droit international des affaires, Forum Européen de la Communication, 1998, p. 110 (or pp. 110 and 111 or p.110-118).

    - Example of a reference to an article from a journal

    J-Y Trochon, New Challenges Facing Multinational Corporations - A Legal Perspective, International Business Law Journal, n°8 / 2003, p. 847-863.

  4. - SENDING ARTICLES

    Articles should be sent to the editor by means of an e-mail attachment to the following address katy.sadat@thomsonreuters.com

    The editor should receive two separate documents: one for the English version and another for the French version.

    Please note: This or these documents should constitute the final version corrected by the author.

  5. - SUMMARY OF ARTICLES

    Authors are kindly requested to enclose with their article a summary in English and in French not exceeding 10 lines, including the key-words of their articles.

    These summaries are published on the web-site www.iblj.com in order to facilitate readers' searches.

  6. - COPYRIGHT

    The copyright of articles accepted and published in the Journal belongs to the latter, regarding both paper-publishing as well as electronic publishing of the Journal.

  7. - OFF PRINTS

    Authors receive a copy of the issue in which their article or chronicle was published as well as 20 off-prints for articles and 10 off-prints for chronicles. Authors wishing to receive more off-prints should notify the publisher of their request when sending the article to the e-mail address katy.sadat@thomsonreuters.com.