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Journal of Judicial Studies

Institute of Judicial Studies (IEJ)

The Revista de Estudios Judiciales (Journal of Judicial Studies) was born in 2014 as part of the Instituto de Estudios Judiciales (IEJ) (Institute of Judicial Studies), to promote the continuous training of judges and to provide a source of up-to-date theoretical and applied knowledge on topics of judicial interest. Within this objective, the Journal publishes studies related to the organization and administration of justice and jurisdictional work, encompassing debates on legal interpretation and the application of law in all its areas.

The Revista de Estudios Judiciales (Journal of Judicial Studies) comprises two sections:

Research Articles and Essays: This section presents unpublished original research exploring legal problems in different branches of the Law. The works are submitted to double-blind peer review.

Commented Jurisprudence: In this section, relevant judicial sentences or resolutions are analyzed, offering a critical perspective of their impact on the judiciary and legal systems.

The Revista de Estudios Judiciales (Journal of Judicial Studies) has been restructured to begin a process of indexation in different databases. It publishes two annual volumes, in July and December of each year.