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For its thirtieth anniversary, the REMI is adding a legal column with the objective to offer its readers diverse analyses on legal issues related to migrations. Our ambition is to discuss topics pertaining to France and to European and global frameworks, in order to cover each of the continents. The authors of this column are jurists (scholars, researchers and practitioners), providing analyses to a broad and inter-disciplinary audience interested by migration-related issues.

Legal columns submitted for publication can be in French, English or Spanish. They should be at least 10,000 characters and not exceed 20,000 characters. They follow the same guidelines as the REMI articles and should be sent to the REMI Editors electronically (remi@univ-poitiers.fr). Legal columns should be unpublished work and they will be anonymously reviewed by reviewers. The publishing’s decision (acceptance, suggestions for improvement & changes, or rejection) will be notified within three months of submission. As is customary in academic journals, we ask that authors refrain from submitting their text to other publications while it is being considered by REMI.

Florian Aumond and Marie-Françoise Valette

Responsables of the Legal Column