Notes for Contributors
Each issue of cjm contains a themed section on a particular area of interest, assembled by a guest editor.
CJM also publishes articles of commentary, topical issues and reviews. We particularly welcome speculative submissions for these sections, exploring contemporary developments in political debate, policy and research. We are keen to encourage commentary and discussion as opposed to articles which focus solely on research findings.
Potential contributors should contact Tammy McGloughlin with a synopsis of 100-200 words outlining your article, its main argument and a clear sense of approach and style.
- be no longer than 1500 words in length
- be written in a jargon free and accessible style
- have no more than seven references
- use the Harvard style of references
- not contain any footnotes
- be written to a well-informed, but not exclusively academic audience
- include photos or illustrations where possible.
Potential contributors should note that publication, even of invited articles, cannot be guaranteed, and we reserve the right to edit where necessary. Articles can only be accepted on this basis.
Editorial policy for cjm is determined by the Director who is advised by the Editorial Advisory Board. The views expressed by contributors are their own and are not necessarily the views of the Centre.
CJM is free to members of CCJS and additionally to a growing number of independent subscribers, both nationally and internationally. Advertising is welcome, contact Tammy McGloughlin at or on 020 7840 6119.