The articles are to be submitted in an electronic form, edited in MS WORD, to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article should be no shorter than 8 and no longer than 18 standard MS WORD pages (i.e. 3 500 – 7 500 words, including footnotes).
Font Times New Roman 12, fully justified.
Spaces between lines 1,5.
Margins: top – 2,5, bottom – 2,5, left – 2,5, right – 2,5.
All requirements relating to referencing can be found here.
Bibliography – is to be found at the end of the article, according to the following template:
Dyson H.: French Property and Inheritance Law. Principles and Practice, Oxford – New York 2003.
Chapters/Articles in Books:
Kalus S., Habdas M.: The Notion of Real Estate and Rights Pertaining to it, in Selected Legal Systems, [in:] Modern Studies in Property Law, vol. III, ed. Cooke E., Oxford – Portland – Oregon 2005.
van der Merwe C.G., Habdas M.: Polish Apartment Ownership Compared with South African Sectional Titles, Stellenbosh Law Review 2006, no. 1
Internet Sources – please provide the web page and the date of accessing it.
The Editorial Committee kindly asks Authors to submit their articles in English or German, after they have been proof read (preferably by a native speaker).
All texts should include an abstract with key words identified (225 characters) and a summary (700 – 1500 characters) – both in English.
All texts to be published in the „Silesian Journal of Legal Studies” are subject to a review by the Editorial Committee and the Scientific Board of SJLS as well as to a peer review of independent reviewers.