The Sorbonne Doctoral Law Review (SDLR) is a biannual university periodical, carrying out editorial activities and organizing scientific events promoting interdisciplinary decompartmentalization and reconciliation between higher education and research stakeholders.

The review is academic, apolitical, non-denominational and enjoys its freedom of speech, of association and its independence of research.

Recognized by the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and sponsored by the Sorbonne Doctoral School of Law, the review benefits from the participation and support of volunteers among teachers-researchers, teachers and researchers, teachers or researchers.

The values promoted by the review are those of the French Republic, the civil service and public service: freedom, equality, fraternity, secularism, general interest, continuity, commitment, integrity, legality, loyalty, neutrality, respect, adaptability, efficiency , quality, responsiveness.


In 2017, in a café on Soufflot's street, the review was created under its first name: "Sorbonne Student Law Review (SSLR)". At the initiative of students, teachers and researchers from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, in partnership with the Sorbonne Law School, a project developed of a biannual review dedicated to the publication of French-speaking and English-speaking authors, experienced or not.

The review develops an editorial line promoting the work of temporary, contractual or tenured researchers, whether or not affiliated with the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. It promotes all legal contributions, regardless of the particular fields in which they fall, and particularly encourages studies in French and multidisciplinary law, written in French or English.

Beyond its editorial activities, the review organizes scientific events (meetings, conferences, training courses, visits, symposiums, study days, workshops, cycles or seminars) in order to facilitate the meeting of teachers, researchers, students, listeners, professionals, practitioners of all specialties and qualities. These events are designed as places for exchanges between the different branches and actors of legal research.


The review is composed of several kinds of bodies :

1) The ad hoc bodies: the general assembly and the scientific council

2) The elected representative bodies: the board of directors and the office

3) The appointed representative bodies: the editorial committee, the reading committee and other managers


The review offers the opportunity to exercise several responsibilities :

1) Associative responsibilities: administrators, president, vice-president, treasurer, general secretary

2) Editorial responsibilities: editor-in-chief, legal director, director of scientific events, director of scientific publications

3) Executive responsibilities: communications director, partnerships director, data protection officer


Committing to the service of the review means:

- valuing editorial and research experience, particularly at the university and with the National Council of Universities

- acquiring essential knowledge, know-how and interpersonal skills in the construction of the professional project

- building a network made up of teachers, researchers, professionals, practitioners, students and auditors


Each and every year, the review greets new members, sets up new partnerships and sets itself new challenges.

Whether you'd like to join the reading committee, the office, the board of directors, the scientific council, to become a member or a supporter, to propose a one-off or permanent partnership: there must be something we could do together!...

To join the team or support the review, simply proceed through the HelloAsso account.


For more informations, the legal notices page is at your disposal.

You can also contact the review via email.

Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
12 Place du Panthéon 75005 Paris