About the Journal
The Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment, published by the Ibero-American Association of Law, Culture and Environment, AIDCA, is a scientific-academic space that aims to deepen and disseminate in continuous, numbered and biannual publications, articles of intellectual value in matter of law, culture and environment for societies.
Constituted as an interdisciplinary space, it promotes the plurality of voices through the exchange of ideas, data and knowledge, inviting professionals, researchers and academics from around the world to participate by contributing their publications.
The Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment is a space for dissemination, reference and permanent consultation for professionals, public sectors, international organizations, companies and social organizations with the ultimate goal of providing value for the promotion and prioritization of practices that promote development of any society.
Javier Alejandro Crea Maria de los Angeles Berretino
Michel Prieur, France
Daniel Alberto Sabsay. Argentina
Susana Borràs Pentinat. Spain
Ramón Ojeda Mestre. México
Claudio Alejandro Belluscio. Argentina
Jesús Jordano Fraga. Spain
Mario Peña Chacón. Costa Rica
Claudia Florencia Valls. Argentina
Álvaro Sagot Rodríguez. Costa Rica
Alexandria Alexim. Brazil
Juan Rodrigo Walsh. Argentina
María del Pilar García Pachón. Colombia
Mauricio Fernández Funes. Argentina
Aurelio Coronado Mares. México
Diego Vera Jurado. Spain
Fernando Tarapow. Argentina
Marisol Anglés Hernández. México
Brent Turvey. United States of America
Marcela Alejandra Menta. Argentina
Francisco José Ojuelos Gómez. Spain
Carlos Vera Bordaberry Zalazar. Paraguay
Artur Da Rocha. Brazil
Alina Celi Furgoni. Uruguay
Rogerio Borba. Brazil
Rafael Julio Pérez Miranda. México
Javier Alejandro Crea. Argentina
María de los Ángeles Berretino. Argentina
Article submission closing date
The Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment will receive articles for its second edition until November 30, 2022. They must be sent to the email address email@example.com, recommending in a non-exclusive manner the recommendations for the authors.
Responsibility of the authors
They are responsible for the ideas and data contained in the manuscripts, the fidelity of the information, the correctness of the citations, the rights to publish any material that is included in the text and for the presentation of the manuscript in the format required by the Journal (word template). Manuscripts sent to the Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment must not have been previously published, nor have they been submitted in the same way to another publication medium.
The articles published do not necessarily compromise the point of view of the Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment. Each author retains the right to the article published in the Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment
The Ibero-American Journal of Law, Culture and Environment is a publication of the Ibero-American Association of Law, Culture and Environment, a self-financed non-profit Civil Association.
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