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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Les Édition Thémis (in French)

For more than 25 years, Les Éditions Thémis has proudly contributed to raising the visibility of the Faculty of Law’s reputation both nationally and internationally. To do so, Thémis is continuously committed to publishing and promoting the latest research projects undertaken by our professors and researchers in major areas of law. This publisher thus has the role of “middle man”, facilitating the flow of information between the academic world and the larger legal community.

Thémis catalogue (in French)


Revue juridique Thémis de l'Université de Montréal (in French)

Serving the Quebec, Canadian and international legal communities for more than 60 years, the Revue juridique Thémis de l'Université de Montréal publishes articles by professors, students and practitioners of Quebec, Canadian and foreign law.
Over the years, this quality publication has set standards of excellence and scientific rigour on an international level. In fact, the Washington and Lee University School of Law recognized this excellence in 2010. This American institution named the Revue juridique Thémis de l’Université de Montréal as the top French-Canadian law review in its widely renowned rankings. Moreover, our Faculty’s law journal is the only Francophone publication to have earned a perfect score of 100 (along with the law journals of Harvard and the University of Toronto, respectively classed first in the U.S. and Canada categories).
This commitment also includes translating the articles’ titles and abstracts into English, Portuguese, Spanish and Mandarin.
If you would like to submit an article for publication in the Revue juridique Thémis de l'Université de Montréal, please address your query directly to the editor.

Michel Morin

Editor of the Revue juridique Thémis de l'Université de Montréal

Valérie Parent


 The Journal of Arbitration and Mediation

The Journal of Arbitration and Mediation (the Journal) was the first bilingual peer-reviewed Canadian publication to focus exclusively on dispute prevention and resolution. It is a joint initiative of the Université de Sherbrooke, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal, Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution (at Osgoode Hall Law School). Since 2010, it has published some 50 texts dealing with a wide range of issues and concerns of central importance to the field.

The Journal’s mission is to encourage reflection and debate on issues of concern to both academics and practitioners interested in dispute prevention and resolution, including mediation and arbitration. More specifically, we aim to publish papers that present original and creative research in this field. 

We are currently working on and interested to receive submissions that address: 

  • Family Dispute Resolution
  • Legal Ethics and Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Dispute Resolution
  • Aboriginal Dispute Resolution Mechanisms
  • How Technology is Changing Dispute Resolution

Director of the Journal

Prof. Arthur Oulaï, Faculty of Law, Université de Sherbrooke

Editor in Chief

Prof. Marie-Claude Rigaud, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal


Revue juridique étudiante de l'Université de Montréal (in French)

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Les Chantiers de la recherche en droit (in French)

Professor Violaine Lemay created Les Chantiers de la recherche en droit as a law journal forming part of the doctoral program of Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Law. Published articles reflect the doctoral research being undertaken by our students.The co-editors of volume 2, Bertrand Lavoie and Florian Martin-Bariteau, LL.D. candidates, are supported by a reading committee composed of Professors Jean-Guy Belley, Julie Biron, Dalia Gesualdi-Fecteau, Noura Karavizian, Andrée Lajoie, Ejan Mackaay, Luc Tremblay, Christine Vézina and Nicolas Vermeys.


Lex Electronica (in French)

Lex Electronica was created in 1995 by the then-Director of the CRDP, Karim Benyekhlef, who wanted to further information technology and communications law. This international law review seeks to inform jurists and non-jurists alike about how technology law impacts information and communications, as well as our personal lives and health. At time of launch, it was the first online law review in French and one of the first of its kind in the world.The journal now comprises a greater diversity of subjects and features articles on themes such as law and social relationships, as well as law and biotechnology.


Papyrus (in French)

This is the Université de Montréal’s institutional depository, offering free access to recent dissertations and theses, as well as publications and other intellectual and creative productions of our university researchers and students.


The Faculty's Working Paper Series

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