Compliance Elliance Journal (CEJ) is an open access e-journal that publishes engaging authors' works about cutting edge issues in compliance. We include works of various lengths from any interested practitioners, academics or students. In contrast to most open source journals we do not charge a publication fee since we are convinced that only the content and quality of the authors work should be crucial. Our goal is to make compliance accessible by connecting people from around the world who want to share their experiences and innovative ideas with others. Come join the compliance conversation today!
Current Edition: Spring 2021
This year’s spring edition under the title Compliance in digital formats is online by now. The edition focusses on the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on compliance in health care as well as the legal work world and law school. Social phenomena as well as the legal aspects are analyzed in the contributions of our renowned authors. Special features of this edition include the first interview of our new interview series and two student articles to compare law school in the US and Germany under Covid-19. Finally, the series of book reviews is continued. Now online.
CEJ is more than a journal. We encourage the participation of our readers because our goal is to start a global conversation about compliance.
Open Call for Submissions
CEJ is looking for authors and experts in new forms of work and related compliance questions worldwide!
Your submission is highly appreciated! Contributions may cover a wide range of topics related to the issue. We accept short and long works and do not restrict authorship or demand a fee. The deadline to submit is August 23, 2021. Please consult our submissions page for details on our guidelines and submissions process.
CEJ in the News
Together with Swiss Legal Tech Expert Günther Dobrauz-Saldapenna, founder and curator of CEJ Michele DeStefano edited the book New Suits - Appetite for Disruption in the Legal World which has been Published in 2019. A review on the book can be found in the spring 2020 issue of CEJ.
Recently Published: In Legal Upheaval: A Guide to Creativity, Collaboration, and Innovation in Law, founder and curator of CEJ Michele DeStefano examines the shattering changes in the market for legal services and the associated challenges for the sector. A review on the book can be found in the fall 2018 issue of CEJ.
"The Practice", a Journal published by Harvard Law School, mentioned CEJ as "an example of the continued growth of compliance as a specialized field." To read the full article please click here.
In "Neue Kriminalpolitik" Dr. Petra Wittig discusses the first edition of CEJ. A translated version you can find here.
Miami Law featured CEJ on its website. The piece discusses CEJ's launch, as well as Michele's passion for new ideas and innovation in the legal field. Click here to find out more.
Legal Tech Blog interviewed Michele about LWOW, an innovative program that combines students, academics, and practitioners from all over the world with the goal of finding creative solutions to real problems facing the legal industry. Michele also discusses the origins of CEJ and her collaboration with Hendrik. The interview is available here.
Michele and Hendrik were guests on Tom Fox's podcast "FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report". To hear them discuss their vision and goals for CEJ, as well as global compliance practice and education, please click here.