Jus Vini, the Journal of Wine & Spirits Law, is a bilingual (English/French) peer-reviewed legal journal published twice a year (June and December), promoting legal scholarship in the field of wine and spirits law.
It is published by Mare & Martin Publishers (5 rue des Colonnes, 75002 Paris, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and edited by the Wine & Law Program – A Jean Monnet Chair, of the University of Reims (www.wine-law.org).
Jus Vini publishes articles, essays, case-law notes, reports, briefs and book reviews on national and international laws concerning wines and spirits as well as the analysis of significant case-law and the evolution of the legal theories underpinning the law. The Journal has a strong comparative bent.
Manuscripts can be submitted throughout the year (but no later than January 1st for a publication in May and June 1st for a publication in December), in electronic format only, and in line with the guidelines for authors set out on the Journal’s website. Submissions should not be longer than 80,000 characters (including spaces) for articles, 40,000 characters for essays and reports, 20,000 characters for notes on case-law, briefs and book reviews. For submission of manuscripts, or other editorial information, see email@example.com.
The Journal of Wine & Spirits Law is published with the support of the International Wine Law Association (IWLA). Any material published in the Journal reflects the views and opinions of each individual author and neither the Wine & Law Program – A Jean Monnet Chair, of the University of Reims, nor the IWLA are responsible for, or assume, any liability in relation to those materials
You can also go to the editor page.