We are beginning monthly posts highlighting new, actively published journals in the Law Journal Library. Visit with us each month to see what new content is being added to this ever-growing collection, and be sure to read our monthly tip on how to best utilize our most popular database!
New Active Journals
With this month’s content release, we added 14 new titles to the Law Journal Library. Out of these journals, 12 are active titles. Let’s take a close look at the details of each of these.
Balkan Social Science Review
Vols. 1-13 (2013-2019)
Balkan Social Science Review (BSSR) was established on behalf of the Faculty of Law in the University “Goce Delcev” in Stip, Republic of Macedonia. It is designed to encourage interest in all matters relating to law, political sciences, and sociology seen in the context of the Balkan. It places an emphasis on matters of theory and on broad issues arising from the relationship of wider social science disciplines, encouraging interdisciplinary approach in areas of relevance.
FORENSIC SCIENCES RESEARCH
Vols. 1-4#2 (2016-2019)
As a peer-reviewed journal of the Academy of Forensic Science (AFS), Forensic Sciences Research publishes the latest research in its various disciplines. It aims to promote forensic sciences through quality research articles, reviews, case reports, and letters to editors.
Vols. 2-21 (2011-2019)
GSI Articletter is a biannual law journal that covers a wide range of legal issues in Turkey, with a particular focus on the areas of relevance to corporate governance, commerce, investment and IT. It has been published for the last nine years in 21 volumes, as the sole production of Goksu Safi Isik (GSI) members, to update the readers with the most recent developments in legislation changes and to provide commentaries on current practices and cases.
Green Bag. An Entertaining Journal of Law (Second Series)
Full Text: Full Text Not Currently Available
Indexed: Vols. 1-22#1 (1997-2018)
The Green Bag: An Entertaining Journal of Law (second series) is a quarterly legal journal dedicated to publishing “good writing” about the law. It was established in 1997 by three former classmates at the University of Chicago Law School (Ross Davies, David Gossett, and Montgomery Kosma). While calling itself an “entertaining” journal, it is not strictly a journal of humor and unserious work. Rather, The Green Bag aims to publish articles that are brief, readable, and meant to provoke discussion.
Indian Journal of Law & Public Policy
Vols. 1-5#1 (2014-2018)
Indian Journal of Law and Public Policy (IJLPP) is a blind peer-reviewed, biannual law and public policy publication. The journal is based in New Delhi and focuses on a multidisciplinary approach that recognizes the various effects of law and public policies on the society.
International Journal for the Data Protection Officer, Privacy Officer and Privacy Counsel
Full Text: Vols. 1-2 (2017-2018)
Indexed: Vols. 1-3#3 (2017-2019)
This journal aims to address issues specifically from the focus of the Data Protection Officer, Privacy Officer, and Privacy Counsel, such as personal data, compliance, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), security incidents and notifications, breach notification, data protection, and much more.
Nebraska Law Review Bulletin
The Nebraska Law Review Bulletin is an online component of the Nebraska Law Review. It includes shorter submissions as an alternative to what is published in the printed version of the Review. It also includes “White Papers,” less formal than a traditional law review article or note, which allows authors to publish their piece in a shorter amount of time.
Review of European Studies
Vols. 1-11#2 (2009-2019)
Review of European Studies is an open-access, international, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by the Canadian Center of Science and Education. It aims to promote excellence through dissemination of high-quality research findings, specialist knowledge, and discussion of professional issues that reflect the diversity of this field. The journal publishes a broad range of papers from culture, history, art, sociology, religion, politics, laws, education, psychology, and economics.
Revista Juridica de Castilla y Leon
Vols. 1-48 (2003-2019)
Revista Juridica de Castilla y Leon is a journal that reflects on all the major legal issues of the moment, with special attention to the administrative and autonomous community law. It gathers studies, works, and investigations of a legal nature, with the aim of enabling the existence of an instrument at the effective and immediate service of the legal operators.
Sedona Conference Journal
Vols. 1-19 (2000-2018)
The Sedona Conference Journal is an annual compilation of new Working Group commentaries and the best-written materials prepared for the conferences over the past year, along with the occasional epilogue or update from the authors. The goal of the journal is to stimulate the development of law and policy in critical areas with the discussions generated during the conferences.
Vols. 1-37#1 (1989-2019)
Vox Juris is a journal of the Faculty of Law of the University of San Martin de Porres, which publishes scientific articles and research related to the academic field of Science and Philosophy of Law and its related disciplines. Its aim is to disseminate specialized knowledge on topics of interest and topicality, especially ethical issues of legal social interest for the scientific, academic, university and institutional, national and international community.
Wayne State University Journal of Business Law
Vols. 1-2 (2018-2019)
Established in 2017, the Wayne State University Journal of Business Law is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal operated and edited by students at the Wayne State University Law School. The journal is published annually and provides a forum for student interests and scholarship in the field of business law. Volumes contain articles contributed by law professors and practicing attorneys, along with student notes and comments on topics including corporate governance, securities regulation and capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, tax law, venture capitalism, bankruptcy, and commercial law, among others.
Tip of the Month
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