Ars Aequi

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Ars Aequi is a Dutch law journal. It is a general law journal, covering all areas of law. It is published by the Ars Aequi Foundation (Stichting Ars Aequi).[1] The journal publishes articles from established scholars, but publishes articles written by students as well, without setting a lower quality standard. The quality of Ars Aequi is considered high.[2] The editorial board consists of students and PhD candidates, attached to all Dutch universities.[1] They review and edit submitted articles.

A famous issue of Ars Aequi is the June 1970 edition, the "Black issue". In that edition, the Dutch system of legal aid was critisized. In reaction on that edition, accessible legal aid has been reformed.[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Ars Aequi", Utrecht University. Retrieved on 12 February 2020.
  2. Rob A.J. van Gestel, Kwaliteit van juridische publicaties: Over ranking, peer reciew, sciëntometrics en vertrouwen in alternatieve evaluatiemethoden, in: Ruth H. de Bock, Peter J.P.M. van Lochem & Rob A.J. van Gestel (eds.), "Kwaliteit als keuze: kwaliteit(sbeoordeling) van rechtspraak, wetgeving en rechtswetenschappelijk onderzoek" (advice to the Dutch Laqyers Association), Kluwer 2015, p. 243-278.
  3. Knapen, M. ["Advocatuur heeft baat gehad bij opkomst rechtswinkels", Advocatenblad, 25 September 2009. Retrieved on 12 February 2020.

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