1.- Maximum length: 20 pages (32,000 characters approximately)
2.- Format: Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing 1.5, indentation on the first line 1.25.
3.- Avoid excessive use of bold and italics.
4.- A bibliographical section should be included at the end of the document.
-Upper case Roman numerals must be used first (I, II, III…)
-Numbers can be used to organise the content within the previous category (1, 2, 3…)
-After that use compound numbers to organise the content within the previous category (1.1., 1.2., 1.3…)
-If necessary, add numbers to create new sub-categories (1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3…)
- I.JUDICIAL INDIVIDUALISATION OF PENALTIES
- 1. The European Framework
- 1.1. Models of individualisation of penalties
- 1.1.1. The concept of individualisation
- 1.1.2. Types of penalties
- a) Custodial penaltiesd
- 1.2. Determinate and indeterminate sentencing
- 2. The individualisation model of the Penal Code
II. PROBLEMS OF LEGITIMACY OF INDETERMINATE SENTENCES
a) Reference to a book: indicate the first letter of the author’s name followed by a full stop, then the surname(s) in roman type followed by a full stop. Then give the full title in italics followed, if appropriate, by the volume and/or part in roman type. After that specify the edition number (only from the 2nd edition onwards), the publisher, the place and year of publication, followed by the corresponding pagination (use p. or pp.).
∙ Exemple: T. Walker. Derecho Penal Europeo, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2009, pp. 4-8
b) Reference to a collective work (book chapter): same format as in the previous section, but with the specific title in inverted commas and in roman type, followed by “in” and the name of the director/coordinator/editor of the work followed by the title of the collective work in italics.
∙ Exemple: R. Etxebarria. “La imposible conciliación de garantías y prevención”, in A. Pérez Jiménez/G. Goikoetxea García (Dirs.), Punishment and Society, 4th ed., vol. I, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2015, pp. 345-367.
c) Reference to a journal article: the same format as in b), adding the number, volume, year and pages of the article.
∙ Exemple: C. Rose. “RIP the IPP: a look back at the sentence of imprisonment for public protection”, in Journal of Criminal Law, Num. 4, Vol. 76, 2012, pp. 303-313.
In order to avoid unnecessary repetition, “op. cit.” should be in italics when citing the same work more than once.
∙ Exemple: T. Walker.op. cit., pp. 8-12.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Contributions that do not pass the double-blind review implemented by the publisher will not be published.