International Journal for Court Administration is inviting submissions through a call for papers on the practical aspects of the effective administration of justice.
About the International Journal for Court Administration
The International Journal for Court Administration (IJCA or Journal) is an online journal that focuses on contemporary court administration and management. It provides a platform for the professional exchange of knowledge, experience and research in those areas for a diverse audience of professional practitioners and academics.
Call for Papers
International Journal for Court Administration is inviting submissions through a call for papers from legal scholars, court officials, judges, justice ministry officials, academics, and others whose professional, research projects, and interests lie in the practical aspects of the effective administration of justice.
The Theme of Call for Papers
Contemporary Court Administration and Management
Submission Guidelines for Call for Papers
- Articles submitted for publication in the International Journal for Court Administration must not be under consideration or previously been published by any other publication;
- Articles published in The International Journal for Court Administration typically run 30 to 50 double-spaced pages (roughly 5,000 to 7000 words) in length including end material (i.e., appendixes, notes, references, tables, and figures).
- While substantially longer articles may be published, their importance (e.g. quantitative empirical research reports) must justify the additional space required. Shorter pieces, such as practice notes and book reviews, typically run 1500-3000 words.
- IJCA also publishes articles from non-English speaking countries. It is the primary responsibility of authors to submit texts in proper English.
- A structured summary of about 100 to 200 words should be included with the manuscript together with five keywords which encapsulate the principal subjects covered by the paper which will be used for indexing.
- Submissions of manuscripts should be in English and in MSWord or RTF format. References should be in footnotes.
More information can be acquired by sending an e-mail to:
- Tim Bunjevac: email@example.com
- Gar Yein Ng: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to submit?
Please find the link at the end of this post.
September 1, 2022
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