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Editorial Guidelines

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Policy

  1. De Jure has the promotion of legal science and a critical and analytical approach to law as its main objectives and, towards this aim, publishes original contributions of a high academic standard.
  2. De Jure is a national and general legal journal to which academics, members of the judiciary and members of the different legal professions may contribute. No preference is given to authors from any particular institution. The decision whether to publish any submission depends on whether it meets the high quality standards of De Jure and whether space is available for publication.
  3. Contributions in both English and Afrikaans are published and may consist of articles, notes, discussions of recent cases and book reviews. A translated title and a brief summary of approximately 300 words in Afrikaans must accompany an article written in English. In the case of Afrikaans articles a similar requirement applies regarding an English title and summary.
  4. In order to be considered for publication a contribution must be the result of original research by the author(s), meet with all applicable legal principles in respect of publication (such as copyright, etcetera), contribute something sufficiently new to the existing legal literature and conform to the linguistic, technical and stylistic requirements for publications in De Jure. Authors are personally responsible to ensure that their submissions meet all these requirements.
  5. Submissions are accepted for consideration only on the basis that while the editorial committee makes the final decision on publication, submissions will be subjected to appropriate peer and expert review, as well as review by members of the advisory committee when necessary. The editorial committee further reserves the right to edit all submissions accepted for publication in terms of the editorial policy, as well as to shorten submissions if necessary.
  6. Manuscripts may only be submitted in electronic format (utilising MS Word) through an e-mail to the editor or on an electronic disc delivered to the editor’s office. In addition, authors
    (a) must supply their relevant contact particulars, especially e-mail address(es) and telephone numbers;
    (b) guarantee that they are legally entitled to have the full submission published and that it, or a part of it, has not been published elsewhere before;
    (c) disclose whether it, or a part of it, has been submitted to any other journal for publication; and
    (d) undertake to give reasonable notice to the editor if the submission is withdrawn for any reason.
  7. Unless prior arrangements have been made with the editor, an article (including footnotes and the summary) may not exceed 8000 words and other contributions may not exceed 5500 words.

Download the Editorial Policy (ENGLISH)
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Submission Guidelines

How to submit

  • Manuscripts may only be submitted in electronic format (utilizing MS Word) through an e-mail to the editor or on an electronic disc delivered to the editor’s office.
  • Send submissions to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Authors must supply their relevant contact particulars, especially e-mail address(es) and telephone numbers;
  • Authors must guarantee that they are legally entitled to have the full submission published and that it, or a part of it, has not been published elsewhere before;
  • Authors must disclose whether it, or a part of it, has been submitted to any other journal for publication; and
  • Authors must undertake to give reasonable notice to the editor if the submission is withdrawn for any reason.

About publishing in De Jure

  • De Jure has the promotion of legal science and a critical and analytical approach to law as its main objectives and towards this aim publishes original contributions of a high academic standard.
  • De Jure is a national and general legal journal to which academics, members of the judiciary and members of the different legal professions may contribute.· No preference is given to authors from any particular institution. The decision whether to publish any submission depends on whether it meets the high quality standards of De Jure and whether space is available for publication.
  • De Jure is a national and general legal journal to which academics, members of the judiciary and members of the different legal professions may contribute.  No preference is given to authors from any particular institution. The decision whether to publish any submission depends on whether it meets the high quality standards of De Jure and whether space is available for publication.
  • Contributions in both English and Afrikaans are published and may consist of articles, notes, discussions of recent cases and book reviews. A translated title and a brief summary of approximately 300 words in Afrikaans must accompany an article written in English. In the case of Afrikaans articles a similar requirement applies regarding an English title and summary.
  • In order to be considered for publication a contribution must be the result of original research by the author(s), meet with all applicable legal principles in respect of publication (such as copyright, etcetera), contribute something sufficiently new to the existing legal literature and conform to the linguistic, technical and stylistic requirements for publications in De Jure. Authors are personally responsible to ensure that their submissions meet all these requirements.
  • Submissions are only accepted for consideration on the basis that while the editorial committee makes the final decision on publication, submissions will be subjected to appropriate peer and expert review, as well as review by members of the advisory committee when necessary. The editorial committee further reserves the right to edit all submissions accepted for publication in terms of the editorial policy, as well as to shorten submissions if necessary.
  • Unless prior arrangements have been made with the editor, an article (including footnotes and the summary) may not exceed 8000 words and other contributions may not exceed 5500 words.

  • Please note that, to provide Open-Access, De Jure uses a business model to offset expenses and is therefore compelled to charge page fees of ZAR250-00 per page for all articles that have been accepted for publication. The editor will furnish the author with an invoice once the peer-review process has been completed and the article has been accepted for publication. This came into effect from the second edition of 2015.
  • De Jure uses Turnitin to detect plagiarism prior to considering a submitted article for review. Articles with plagiarism are rejected outright.
  • Articles not adhering to the journal's policy that verbatim quotes must be clearly indicated as such are requested to revise their articles in light of this requirement.
  • The copyright of articles are retained by the author who also retains publishing rights.

 

 

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