Authors are kindly asked to summit papers under the following guidelines. The journal is published in two semester issues. Materials will be delivered in the recommended format, no later than April 30 for the first issue and October 30 for the second issue. Papers for publication will only be transmitted electronically to the following e-mail: . No fees are required from the author for publishing their paper.
Structure. The materials will include an introduction, sections with defined title and conclusions. Materials will be accompanied by a summary (abstract) in English 5-10 rows and keywords (3-5). The materials will be written in the format attached, without interfering with the formatting, pagination, etc.
Sections. A material can be divided into sections, subsections, numbered with Arabic numerals. Example: 1 Offences against property 1.1. Theft 1.1.1. Form the basis of the offense of theft
Lists. Lists are numbered with Arabic numerals. Each item in the list will be marked with a semicolon (;) after the last object will be marked with point (.)
Example: Aggravated forms of the offense of theft are: 1. a means of transport; 2. in the night; (...)5. by disabling the alarm system or surveillance.
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Footnotes - sources.
Footnotes are numbered continuously. Title of books or articles published in professional journals to write in full. If the title is in a foreign language is written in this language. All publications are collected with full title in italics, without abbreviations. Example: Caiete de drept penal, no. 1, p. 57-59.
Citations are included in the text, collected between double quotes "". Quotations should be written in original form. Any omission will be marked with dots in parentheses (...). Any modifications or comment on the quote will be marked within parentheses (sic) or (emphasis added). Citations will be detailed in the footnote placed after the closing quotation marks.
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Citing books. Volumes with one author: Example: A. Fanu-Moca, Contenciosul fiscal, ed. a II-a, Editura C.H. Beck, Bucureşti, 2013, p. 189.. Volumes with multiple authors, which is nominated by: Example: M.I. Michinici, M. Dunea, Partea generală. Titlul II. Infracţiunea, in T. Toader, M.I. Michinici, R. Răducanu, A. Crişu-Ciocântă, S. Răduleţu, M. Dunea, Noul Cod penal. Comentarii pe articole, Editura Hamangiu, Bucureşti, 2014, p. 63. Volumes with multiple authors, where the coordinator is nominated: Example: F.-A. Baias, E. Chelaru, R. Constantinovici, I. Macovei (coord.), Noul Cod civil. Comentariu pe articole, Ed. I, rev., Editura C.H. Beck, 2012, pp. 1178-1180.
Citing Articles and studies. Citing articles will be indicating the full name of the journal in which they were published. Example: M. Ursuţa, Codul Contravenţional - o necesitate?, în Dreptul, nr. 1/2014, pp. 112-118.
References. The articles will include at the end the complete bibliography, organized alphabetically. For references, the papers will follow the Crossref work guide, namely, the DOI identifier will be indicated for each article / study / paper.
Citing documents of international organizations. For other documents using citation format required by the issuing institution. Example: First reference: Regulation (EU) no. 1304/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 on the European Social Fund and repealing Regulation (EC) no. 1081/2006 Council. Subsequently, Regulation (EU) no. 1304/2013.
Citing Internet sources. For articles, books or official documents accessed via the Internet, reference will indicate the source and date of accessing the full url. Example: European Commission, "European company - legal form", [Online] at http://europa.eu/youreurope/business/start-grow/european-company-legal-form/index_en.htm, accessed on 04/01/2014.
Citing jurisprudence. For citing case law, indicate the source as the general rules - collection, website etc. stating the court which issued it, division, judgment, number, year, place of publication. Example: C.A. Pitești, sect. a II-a civ., cont. adm. fisc, dec. nr. 1217/2012, în Supliment Buletinul Curţilor de Apel nr. 2/2012.
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