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In 2015, to mark its thirtieth anniversary, REMI added a legal column to the journal, with the aim of offering readers analyses on a range of legal issues related to migration. Our ambition is to address topics concerning French, European and universal frameworks, but also to cover all continents. The authors of this column are legal experts (scholars, researchers and practitioners), but they endeavour to ensure that their analyses are accessible to a broad and inter-disciplinary audience interested in migration-related issues.

Legal columns can be written in French, English or Spanish. The target length is 10,000-20,000 characters (including spaces). They must comply with the same guidelines as all REMI articles ( and should be sent by email to the REMI editorial team ( Legal columns should be unpublished work and will be anonymously peer reviewed. Decisions on publication (acceptance, suggestions for improvements and changes, or rejection) will be notified within three months of submission. In accordance with established practice for academic journals, authors undertake not to submit their legal column to other journals while it is under consideration by the REMI editorial team.

Florian Aumond

Editor of the Legal Column

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