The association The European Society for History of Law is the publisher of the Journal on European History of Law which is published 1-2x per year. It is assigned for law-historians and Romanists that want to share with their colleagues the results of their research in this field.
At the same time, reviews of books with historical themes are being published. You can also find there information about the happenings in the field of law-history.
Articles in the journal are published in English or in German, according to the authors wish. The articles must fulfill the criteria written in the guidelines for authors. The executive editor decides on whether to publish the articles and in which order.
To subscribe the Journal on European History of Law please, write to: email@example.com
Guidelines for authors
The Journal on European History of Law published posts from the field of history of law and Roman law. The publications cannot have more than 30 pages. They must be written in English or in German languages.
All the works must be reviewed. The executive editor decides on whether to publish the materials and in which order.
The authors are held responsible for the lingual and formal level of the papers submitted. These levels are checked by the editor’s office and some small necessary changes can be done by the editor.
Corrections are possible only upon prior request. Corrections done by the author must be returned within 4 days and no significant changes are permitted.
Author’s rights and originality
Editors of Journal on European History of Law assume that:
- the author (or team of authors) that submits the manuscript has the authors rights for this manuscript;
- if the manuscript contains some materials from a third party, the editors assume that the submitting author got the permission for publishing the materials in Journal on European History of Law;
-By offering the manuscript to the editors of the journal, the author shows his interest in publishing. He, thus, transfers the author’s rights to the publisher beginning from the moment when the manuscript is accepted by the editors.
Supplements must be sent to the email address of editor’s office: firstname.lastname@example.org
The supplements must be in the formats .dox, .doc or .rtf (MS word).
In the Word Editor, use the font Times New Roman, font size 12, spacing 1,5.
In order to accelerate graphical editing, please, write the text continuously, without setting-off or centering. Line up the text only to the left (the right edge of the text must have “teeth”). Don’t divide words and don’t use any automatic functions of Word Editor (such as automatic numbering).
In the text, no text-styles are permitted, only the basic text is permitted. It is not possible to use graphical signs and numbering.
If your text contains pictures or tables (only black and white), mention their meaning in the text. If the pictures are sent by electronic mail, it is needed to the the format .JPG. All the tables, pictures and graphs must be in the same file as the main text.
Only pictures that are suitable for graphical editing would be published. Pictures as supplements added to Word file have low resolution (72 DPI) and for this reason won’t be accepted. Pictures downloaded from the internet in low resolution won’t be accepted as well.
Since The European Society for History of Law is a non-profitable organization, there would be no payment for manuscripts published in the Journal on European History of Law.
Each work must contain:
1.Title. It contains (in this order, always in a new row):
- Short and understandable title;
- The full name and last-name of the author/s including academic titles and working-place;
- Address of the author/s, including the code of the country before the postal code (for example CZ). Afterwards write down your email address.
2. Abstract. Summarizes the content of the work. Usually up to 10 rows. It should describe clearly the main question of the research, solution, sources and methodology (according to the type of research).
3. Key words. Several terms (not more than 20 words) that characterize the work. Words from the title can be repeated.
4. Division of the proper text. For better orientation in the text, it should contain headings. The headings should be numbered.
Quotation from publications in German language – write down in the underlined comments in such a way:
WAGNER, Alfred, Kirchenrecht, Wien, 2005, S. 151–152.
Quotation from publications in English language – write down in the underlined comments in such a way:
WAGNER, Alfred, Kirchenrecht, Wien, 2005, p. 151–152.