New Journals Added to HeinOnline This Month!

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Tara Kibler

With the February content release, we added 10 new journals, all of which are active serials. Join us as we take a closer look at each of the new titles and the type of content they cover.


ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF LAW AND GOVERNANCE (AJLG)

Vols. 1-7 (2013-2019)

Published by the Romanian Academic Society of Administrative Science

The Academic Journal of Law and Governance is the official journal of the Romanian Academic Society of Administrative Sciences. Developed by the Academic Society in close cooperation with T & T Academic Publishing, this annual journal publishes peer-reviewed research articles and case studies with the intent to expand scientific knowledge in Europe from both general and comparative points of view. Marking a new starting point in Romanian and European research, AJLG intends to bring forward to the European and international academic scene the efforts conducted by Romanian researchers (and their European counterparts) in investigating developments in public law and administrative sciences.


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CROWN’S NEWSLETTER

Vols. 1-9 (2007-2018)

Published by the Ontario Crown Attorneys’ Association

For decades, the Crown’s Newsletter has significantly contributed to the dialogue and debate of legal issues in Canada. The goal of this newsletter is to provide a forum for Crown prosecutors to express their opinion, discuss their experiences, participate in the critical debate of justice issues, and ultimately, provide a legal resource for all Crown prosecutors. As a vehicle to discuss “what the law is” and also how it must be applied, this newsletter hopes to enhance the development of excellence in Crown prosecutors.

 


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DELPHI – INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEW OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Vols. 1-2#1 (2018-2019)

Published by Lexxion

Delphi is a pioneering interdisciplinary review of emerging technologies as seen through the perspectives of experts from the fields of science and technology, ethics, economics, business, and law. Inspired by the idea to encourage inclusive, thoughtful, and (sometimes) unsettling debates on the many opportunities and challenges created by technological progress, this peer-edited international quarterly review brings together authors with different professional backgrounds as well as opposing views. Intended for big-picture thinkers who want to know how emerging technologies shape our present and future, topics include recent developments and trends in technology, regulatory needs required by emerging technologies, ethical questions raised by AI, biotech, fintech, etc., and much more.


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ENVIRONMENT, LAW AND SOCIETY JOURNAL (ELSJ)

Vols. 1-4 (2013-2018)

Published by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS)

Environment, Law and Society Journal (ELSJ) is a student-edited, peer-reviewed journal published by the Centre for Environment and Law (CEL) of the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi. The journal aims to facilitate academic research in the field of environmental law through the publication of quality literary scholarship on the subject. ELSJ hopes to fill the gaps relating to the academic debate over environmental legal issues, as well as provide an active forum that inspires academics, researchers students, judges, and practitioners to express their experiences and opinions relating to the intersection of environment, law, and society.


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HERALD OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

2011-2019#5

Published by V. Ema Publishing House

The Herald of Civil Procedure is a peer-edited journal, published six times a year and intended to create a professional platform for the discussion of complex problems in civil procedural law. As a legal and scientific publication on the subject, the journal: (1) discusses scientific research vital to the development of civil procedure; (2) provides recommendations for legal practices in the field; and (3) contributes to the doctrine of civil procedural law. The Herald of Civil Procedure is thus intended for a wide range of readers interested in Russian and international civil, commercial, and administrative procedural issues.


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INDIAN JOURNAL OF LAW AND JUSTICE

Vols. 1-10#1 (2010-2019)

Published by the University of North Bengal, Department of Law

The Department of Law at the University of North Bengal has published the Indian Journal of Law since the year 2010. The bi-annual, peer-edited journal hopes to be a global platform for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of information among legal luminaries, as well as young faculty members and research scholars. Intended to serve as an outlet for theoretical and empirical research in basic concepts of law, its various dimensions, and its applications, the publications in this journal aim to spread the influence of multi-faceted research in various legal fields. Though chiefly a law journal, the editors encourage multidisciplinary articles and research papers with due legal inclination in their respective subject areas.


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INTERNATIONAL CHEMICAL REGULATORY AND LAW REVIEW

2018-2019#2

Published by Lexxion

A decade ago, the groundbreaking REACH regulation came into force and fundamentally changed the way chemical substances are regulated, evaluated, and authorized. This dynamic and ever-changing policy area merits continuous scrutiny and analysis, including in Europe, Asia, and North America. In this quarterly, double-blind peer-reviewed journal, chemical law experts report on key regulatory and legislative developments in the EU and worldwide, and analyzes the important processes that shape the interpretation and application of chemical regulation. The journal addresses those who are concerned with chemical law and policy issues, such as academics (in the fields of law, biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and others), national and international legal practitioners, government officials working in relevant policy-making and enforcement bodies, legal experts and judges in domestic, European, and international courts, as well as consultancies and business professionals.


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OREGON APPELLATE ALMANAC

2006-2019

Published by the Oregon State Bar

The Oregon Appellate Almanac is published by the Appellate Practice Section of the Oregon State Bar which serves state and federal appellate practitioners with continuing legal education opportunities, provides social interaction opportunities, monitors changes to the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure and legislative developments, and offers a forum for suggestions to improve the practice of appellate law throughout Oregon and the United States. Focusing on issues of Oregon appellate law and practice, the Almanac‘s audience includes trial and appellate attorneys as well as trial and appellate judges, both in and out of Oregon. A peer-edited publication, the Almanac publishes works in the following areas:

  • Biographies/interviews/profiles of current and past figures in Oregon law
  • Court history, statistics, and trivia
  • Legal analysis of recent, significant, or overlooked Oregon appellate cases
  • Practice tips
  • Miscellany—humor, poetry, wit, and more!

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POREDBENO POMORSKO PRAVO (COMPARATIVE MARITIME LAW – CML)

Vols. 1-172 (1958-2018)

Title Varies: Vols. 1-120 (1958-1988) as Uporedno Pomorsko Pravo i Pomorska Kupoprodaja; Vols. 121-152 (1989-1996) as Uporedno Pomorsko Pravo

Published by the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Poredbeno pomorsko pravo (Comparative Maritime Law – CML) is the key periodical in the field of maritime law and the law of the sea in Croatia and the surrounding region. The journal covers all topics of international, domestic, and comparative maritime and shipping law, transport law, and the international law of the sea.  This double-blind peer-reviewed journal publishes: (1) academic and professional articles; (2) professional translations of international legal instruments and documents; (3) digests of the leading domestic, foreign, and international court and arbitral decisions; (4) book reviews; (5) reports from relevant meetings, conferences, symposia, and similar events; and (6) the occasional cumulative index.


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SANTANDER ART AND CULTURE LAW REVIEW (SAACLR)

2015-2019#1

Published by the University of Opole, Faculty of Law and Administration

The Santander Art and Culture Law Review (SAACLR) is a peer-reviewed international journal published by the UNESCO Chair on Cultural Property Law at the University of Opole, Faculty of Law and Administration. SAACLR was established in 2015 as a part of Santander Universidades projects, and is published on a bi-annual basis. The SAACLR’s primary mission is to advance critical research relating to the intersection of law, culture, cultural diversity, and cultural heritage. The journal also seeks to promote social participation and the conscious, responsible management of cultural heritage at the local, national, regional, and international levels. SAACLR presents (1) the results of the latest cultural heritage research and trends; (2) an analysis of current relevant jurisprudence, administrative practice, and cultural policy; as well as (3) diagnoses regarding the development of methods and forms of cultural heritage management. Finally, the journal produces reports on the latest events, conferences, and seminars in the field of law, art, and cultural heritage, and promotes new social and scientific initiatives and inspiring publications.


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Tip of the Month

Did you know that you can narrow an article search by subject in the Law Journal Library? Let’s say we want to find articles about corporate attorney-client privilege in the field of accounting. A general search for those keywords will yield too many results to sift through, so let’s narrow our search by subject.

Navigate to the Advanced Search option from the Law Journal Library landing page. Enter the more specific keyphrase (“corporate attorney-client privilege”) into the Text search box, and then search for “Accounting” under Topics, as shown below.

This search returns 21 related results, each of which has been tagged as relating to the subject of “Accounting.”

There are more than 100 subjects available to search in HeinOnline. Try this trick for yourself and see what you find!

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