New Roman-law journal
Interpretatio Prudentium is a biannual scientific journal with double-blind peer review published by Legal Theory and History – Research Center of the University of Lisbon (THD-ULisboa) promoting scholarly excellence research and a profound knowledge of Roman Jurisprudence and the Roman Legal Tradition while aiming at a critical understanding of contemporary legal phenomena..
The Executive Committee of Interpretatio Prudentium invites the academic community to submit papers (monographs or reviews of recent publications) to be included in its next issue, to be released in December 2016.
The Journal publishes in any neolatine language, english or german. Articles, under 70.000 characters (spaces included), should be submitted for publication along with a summary (c.550 characters) and keywords (3-5), written in the original language of the article and in an additional language. Reviews should be up to 15.000 characters.
Articles should be submitted in Word format to the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with carbon copy to the editorial secretary (email@example.com). The deadline for the submission of papers is October 7, 2016.
The submitted articles should be sent in Word format to the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with carbon copy to the editorial secretary (email@example.com). The deadline for the submission of papers is October 7, 2016.
The submitted articles are reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee of Interpretatio Prudentium, the identities of both reviewer and author remaining anonymous throughout the review process.