Collaboration and Job Opportunities

The Journal accepts applications on an ongoing basis. We invite you to let us know your interests as well as your availabilities, and to submit your resume should you wish to become a collaborator.

Persons wishing to apply for a volunteer position at the QJIL should submit their resume, most recent student transcript, as well as a brief letter of intention addressed to the director of the QJIL. Subject to exceptions, only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Persons wishing to apply for a position with academic credits at the QJIL should also submit their resume, most recent student transcript, as well as a brief letter of intention addressed to the director of the QJIL. It is he, or a member of the executive committee of the QJIL, who will contact the university’s administrative department in order to validate a registration to the internship at the Journal (UQAM JUM452X course).

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The QJIL is always interested in working with new volunteer or credited collaborators. As opposed to other academic journals, its editorial board is entirely constituted of undergraduate and graduate students from the different law schools of Quebec, thus the University of Quebec in Montreal, the University of Montreal, McGill University, the University of Sherbrooke and Laval University.

The QJIL offers exceptional learning opportunities to jurists in training, from an academic and scientific perspective as well as in the fields of management, communications and information technologies.

Involvement of students at the QJIL is on average for three to five hours a week. Numerous positions are available for the current year, in the production, administration and Internet departments. We are more specifically interested in candidates holding good language skills in one of the publication languages of the QJIL (French, English and/or Spanish) as well as good knowledge of international law, who enjoy teamwork, who hold good research skills, and who are autonomous and conscientious.

Furthermore, all QJIL interns are ipso facto members of the Student Circle, and therefore benefit from all the related rights and privileges, such as the right to receive a copy of the volumes published by the Journal during their involvement.