Publication Date: NOVEMBER 2020

Deadline for Submissions: 31st OF JANUARY 2020

Submission Requirements:

  •          Language: English
  •          No length limitation
  •          Submitted File Format: Word Document
  •          Submitted File Name: “SURNAME, FIRST NAME – TITLE OF CONTRIBUTION”

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Detailed instructions below

The International Journal of Cooperative Law (IJCL), issued by Ius Cooperativum (an international group of cooperative lawyers), is the first ever academic, peer reviewed, online, open access journal explicitly focused on cooperative law.

Two issues have already been published, the first in 2018 and the second in 2019 and they are available at the following link <https://iuscooperativum.org/issues/>

The focus of the IJCL is cooperative law, broadly defined all those legal rules – laws, administrative acts, court decisions, jurisprudence, cooperative bylaws/statutes or any other source of law – which regulate the structure and/or the operations of cooperatives as enterprises in the economic sense and as institutions in the legal sense, including provisions from other areas of law, applicable to cooperatives (such as tax law, labor law, competition law). Its purpose is to stimulate the development of an international thinking in cooperative law and to include cooperative law into the major academic debates about the future of business law or the regulation of enterprises.

IJCL publishes articles, reviews, case studies, case-law commentaries, empirical research pieces or book reviews for a wider audience on topics related to national, regional or international cooperative law, including transnational and comparative perspectives. The IJCL has no geographical limitation nor one by legal traditions; it seeks to cover cooperative law worldwide. Contributions through the lens of law per se will be complemented with other approaches, such as the approaches of law and economics, political and social sciences. The IJCL is mainly addressed to legal scholars and academics, without excluding practitioners and professionals with an interest in the field.

LANGUAGE

The language of the journal is English. Nevertheless, contributions may also be submitted in French, German or Spanish. If accepted, the author will be invited to translate the manuscript into English.

PROCESS

The contributions will be subject to an anonymous peer-reviewing process, during which the article will be evaluated, and a decision will be made for the article’s acceptance, revision or rejection. 

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Structure of contribution:

At the first page, please write down the title of your contribution, your surname, first name and affiliation. Please also include an abstract. A bibliography shall be at the end of the contribution.

File to be send:

Please send your contribution by email subject: “Submission for the 3rd issue of IJCL” at [email protected]