Nearly 200 titles were updated and nine new titles were added this month, including:
Administrative Law Review Accord
Vols. 1-4 Article 5 (2014-2019)
Published by American University Washington College of Law
The ALR Accord is the online companion to the print journal. Pursuant to its mission to increase public access to and scholarly discussion about administrative law topics, Accord publishes content on a rolling basis. Through an expedited yet rigorous editing process, Accord publishes response pieces, student comments, and other shorter scholarly works about the administrative state.
Bitacora Millennium DIPr.
Vols. 1-9 Article 4 (2014-2019)
Published by Tirant lo Blanch
The mission of Bitacora Millennium DIPr. is to promote the study and research of Private International Law. The journal specializes in Private International European Union Law, International and Compared Spanish Law, and Interregional Law. The intended audience is researchers, academic members and legal professionals who are interested in Private International Law.
Comparative Law Review
Vols. 1-9#1 (2010-2018)
Published by University of Perugia Department of Law
The Comparative Law Review (CoLR) is a peer-reviewed journal featuring a theoretical exploration of legal systems and the mutual intersections of Law and Culture. The principal aim of the CoLR is to reassess the understanding of comparativism so as to provide an international forum for academic research and to orient the new trends of scholarly debate on central subject matters. CoLR explores legal theory, judicial practice and public policy, inspecting the urgent issues of our age. It is also devoted to stimulate and promote an interdisciplinary approach to law, relocating classical topics in a new framework at the crossroads of law and history, law and literature, law and philosophy, law and theology, law and visual arts.
CUNY Law Review Footnote Forum
Vols. 17-22#1 (2013-2019)
Published by City University of New York
This independent, student-run publication is devoted to producing public interest scholarship, engaging with the public interest bar, and fostering student excellence in writing, legal analysis, and research. It continually seeks shorter, more time-sensitive contributions, such as comments on recent federal or state case law, critiques of legislative proposals, and legal analyses of current events.
Full Text: Vols. 1-51 (1962-2012)
Indexed: Vols. 1-57#3 (1962-2018)
Published by Duncker & Humblot GmbH
This journal highlights the theory of the state, constitutional history, and German and European public law. Instead of an historical approach, Der Staat examines the fundamentals of today’s statehood, analyzes the concrete and current developments, and classifies them within the further contexts of the respective dogmatics within both the jurisprudence and the legitimation discourse in Germany and the rest of Europe.
Harvard Business Law Review Online
Vols. 1-9 Article 4 (2010-2019)
Published by Harvard Law School
Harvard Business Law Review Online is a portal to timely pieces about recent developments in business law, designed to be a cutting-edge guide to the topic. As an important forum for opinion and scholarship, it provides opportunities for student members to develop their own editing and writing skills and it also contains pieces by outside contributors.
Nirma University Law Journal
Vols. 1-8#1 (2011-2018)
Published by Nirma University, Institute of Law
Nirma University Law Journal provides a new and exciting way of exploring the changing dynamics of law. The journal is designed to cover a broad spectrum of topical issues, which are set within the framework of a changing global scenario, highlighting the catalytic nature of legal frameworks for society. The result is a coherent exposition which offers the reader a clear overview of the broader thematic influences on the law while also focusing more specifically on current manifestations of legal questions.
University of Puerto Rico Business Law Journal
Vols. 1-9 (2010-2018)
Published by University of Puerto Rico Law School
This student-edited journal fills a void as a forum for academics, practitioners, and students who share a common concern: helping to improve our standard of living. The publication serves as a platform for novel issues, as well as old ones that may need revising. The goal is to reach a variety of readers—law school students and professors, the judiciary, politicians, and practitioners from the legal, business, and economic spheres.