Forthcoming Issues

Volume 9 will feature the 2014 Tucker Lecture by Justice Nicholas Kasirer and papers of an international conference held at the LSU Law Center in April 2014, on “The Louisiana Civil Code Translation Project: Enhancing Visibility and Promoting the Civil Law in English,” with articles by Enrica Bracchi, Vivian Curran, Dominique Garreau, Jean-Claude Gémar, Anne-Sophie Hulin, Alain Levasseur, François-Xavier Licari, Matthias Martin, Sylvie Monjean-Decaudin, Alexandru-Daniel On, Agustín Parise, Steven Pallot, Michel Séjean, and Anne Wagner.

Call for Papers

The JCLS invites the submission of articles for its Volume 10, to appear in 2017. Articles dealing with civil law topics, relationship of civil law and common law in mixed, civil law or common law jurisdictions, are welcome, especially where offering a comparative perspective or overview. Submissions for Volume 9, Number 2 (fall 2016) might still be accepted on special arrangement.

Articles must be presented in compliance with the JCLS Submission Guidelines. Articles may be written in English, French, or Spanish.

After a pre-selection by the Editor-in-Chief, articles are peer-reviewed anonymously by two members of our international Board of Editors.

Submissions should be made electronically to . Postal submissions are not accepted.

For more information, please email Professor Olivier Moréteau, Editor-in-Chief, at .

Books for review should be mailed to:

Ms. Susan Gualtier
LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center
110 LSU Union Bldg.
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-0106
United States