- Articles must be an original peace of work and be
submitted to the Editor of the Journal JUSTICE JURIS
in the Faculty of Jurisprudence, located on 90th street
No. 46 avenue 112, on the second floor, Block E. There
must be an original and two copies. In addition,
there must be a magnetic copy, which can be sent by
- Articles must be written in a text, letter size paper, Times
New Roman, size 12, 1.5 space, and 3.5 cm margins
on each side and extension of no more than 35
pages. Articles will be accepted in English, Spanish
and French. For the text citation and reference list
should follow the rules of the American Psychological
Association (APA). In each magazine publishing,
the maximum number of articles by the same author
to be issued is two.
- Articles submitted to JUSTICE JURIS magazine edition
must be texts concerning the science of law, legal
or socio-legal research and refer to an issue or problem
of public interest and contain the following:
It has a preference for items that correspond to the
following types identified by the National Journal
- TITLE OF ARTICLE: it must be at least 15 words
long. It must be specific and informative. It has
to indicate clearly the subject of matter. It must
be centered, bold, block letters with Times New
Roman, size 12.
- AUTHOR OR AUTHORS: in this field, it should
indicate the name of the author or authors, their
highest academic level, their title and / or institutional
affiliation, and their email address.
- SUMMARY: This field should be concise, synthesized
with a maximum of 200 words in Times
New Roman, 10 sizes. The abstract must be written
in the language in which the article was submitted.
In addition, there must be one presented
in English. It is a short presentation, but comprehensive
- KEYWORDS: You must put the most important
words in the keywords. It must be in alphabetical
order to facilitate the indexing of the article
within a minimum of five and maximum of seven.
- ABSTRACT: This is the literal English translation
of the SUMMARY. It must be in italics, Times
New Roman, 10 size points.
- KEYWORDS: You must put the most important
words in English in the keywords. It must be in
alphabetical order to facilitate the indexing of the
article within a minimum of five and maximum
of seven, exactly as the KEYWORDS in Spanish.
- When the articles are a result f an investigation,
this will have an introduction containing a reference
to the problem, a justification, objectives,
study methods, results, conclusions and references.
The wording of the papers will be objective
and impersonal. The author has to be careful
to meet the standards of presentation, correction
of the language and use terminology accepted by
- BIBLIOGRAPHY REFERENCES: This is an
alphabetical listing of data that identifies the
sources cited and / or used in the article. These
are located at the end of it and must contain all
information necessary to facilitate the location of
the documents cited in the text. This information
should be accurate, as they appear in the original
- An article of scientific and technological research:
It is a document that develops, in detail, the original
results of research projects completely.
It contains four main elements: introduction,
methodology, results and conclusions
- An article of reflection: it is an analytical, interpretive
or critical paper presented as a result of a
research from a specific topic, using original sources.
- An article of review: it is a document result of an
investigation that analyzes and integrates the research
findings published or unpublished, on a
field of science or technology, in order to contribute
for the progress and development trends. It
is characterized by a careful review of the literature
of at least 50 references.
- Letters to the editor: it is the author's critical point
of you. It is an analytical or interpretive peace of
work on documents published in the magazine,
which in the opinion of the Editorial Committee
are an important contribution to the discussion of
the issue by the relevant scientific community.
- Editorial: it is a document written by the editor,
an editorial board member or a guest researcher
in the domain of thematic orientations of the
- Translation: These are translations of classic texts
or current or historical documents or transcripts
of particular interest in the field of magazine publishing
Discussion paper not derived from research.
The acceptance of a paper for publication implies the
transfer of the rights of reproduction and dissemination
by any means, to the Caribbean Autonomous
University. Each author must also explicitly assign
all property rights derived from articles for the Juris
Justice magazine of the Faculty of Jurisprudence at
the Caribbean Autonomous University, stating that
the article is original and is an exclusive creation of
their author. This is done by filling in the letter of
transfer of economic rights.
- Each author is responsible for securing permits
and rights to attach materials or illustrations
from other sources.
- The opinions expressed in articles published in
this journal are those of the authors.
The author should attach to their work a summary of
their resume, which contains at least the following:
full name, mailing address and email address, edueducational
background, institutional affiliation, publications
in the last two years (if available) and indicate
whether it belongs in a research group. In this case,
indicate the name of the group and the research in
which they work, research project name which derives
the item shipped.
PROCEDURE FOR THE SELECTION AND EVALUATION
Each article follows a process of selection and arbitration
or peer review.
In the process of selection of articles followed the following
- First, the editor will review compliance with the
formal requirements specified in these instructions.
If the article meets the requirements refers
to the editorial board, which shall choose the evaluator
pair article. All original research must be
evaluated by academic peers preferably outside
- The publisher is responsible for shipping the
item to the pair evaluator selected by the Editorial
Committee and to inform the committee the
concept of par.
- The pair evaluator must consider the following:
Originality and contribution of the article to
the knowledge of the area, conceptual accuracy
and mastery of the topic, argumentative rigor,
conceptual and theoretical foundations of the
subject, Methodology for the job, writing and coherence
of the text, Accessibility of language to
the reader, relevance of topic for the magazine,
coherence between objectives and results, quality
and timeliness of bibliographic sources.
- The process of evaluation by peers is done anonymously
under double-blind method.
- The Editorial Committee is responsible for deciding
which articles are published in each edition
of the magazine. This will be returned to the
author for correction or definitively rejected, and
should take account of the concept of the editor
and peer evaluator.