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By Sarah Sutherland; reblogged with permission from the CanLII Blog
CanLII is thrilled to announce that the Quebec Journal of International Law (QJIL) has been added to our commentary section.
The QJIL is a bi-annual publication that was created in 1984 by Professor Jacques-Yvan Morin. The journal publishes studies, notes and commentaries, case law reviews and book reviews on topics of international law. It is the only journal of international law in North America to publish mainly in French, but also publishes articles in English and Spanish.
The editorial board is comprised of students recruited from the faculties of law in Quebec: Université de Montréal, McGill University, Université du Québec à Montréal, Université de Sherbrooke, Université Laval and students from the University of Ottawa.
CanLII is pleased to help promote this publication and continue to offer it openly so that more members within and beyond the French-speaking community can benefit from its content.
A call for manuscripts is permanently open for whomever wishes to submit an article to their committee. Thank you to the Quebec Journal of International Law for collaborating with us! You can access the issues on CanLII here.