- Louis-Philippe Gratton
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Throughout the pages of the Chronicle of culture and law's site, you may notice that references to legislation, jurisprudence and doctrine are in the form of abbreviations. This approach is specific to legal documentation, it shortens the references and standardises their presentation.
I present here a list of frequently encountered abbreviations: yearbooks, courts, journals, legislation, periodicals, reports, reviews, etc. They concern comparative law as well as international law.
Of course, this list is not exhaustive and needs to be completed.