With the May content release, we added 11 new journals, 7 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.
2000-2017 All Published
Published by LexisNexis
Education Law Journal provides an up-to-date, authoritative source of information on all the latest developments in education law. Written by Great Britain’s leading education lawyers, judges and academics, it keeps busy practitioners, local authorities, tribunal judges and academics reliably informed. Each issue contains articles and case reports on the issues that matter, including special educational needs, school admissions, exclusion, dispute resolution, and much more. This peer-edited journal also includes summaries of, and expert commentary on, the latest Local Government Ombudsman reports and Statutory Instruments affecting education law.
2011-2017 All Published
Published by LexisNexis
Dealing with legal issues affecting older clients, their families, and carers, each issue of Elder Law Journal contains news of recent legislative and policy changes, authoritative case reports, invaluable articles, and practice notes all written and compiled by leading experts and specialist practitioners. It includes a full range of topics relevant to elder client issues, including asset protection, care homes, elder abuse, funeral planning, living wills, and much more.
Vols. 1-7#1 (2014-2020)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-2 (2014-2015) as European Journal of Contemporary Economics and Management
Published by European Scientific Institute
This peer-reviewed journal is published quarterly. The European Scientific Institute (ESI) launched the journal in order to enhance knowledge transfer and sharing of best practices among ESI fellows from different geographical origins, academic titles, and disciplines. Their mission is to provide a greater and faster flow of the newest scientific thought in economics, law and political science. The journal’s role is to serve as a bridge between researchers in Europe and the world.
Vols. 1-18 (2009-2019)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-16 (2009-2017) as European Police Science and Research Bulletin
Published by CEPOL — European Union Law Enforcement Agency for Training
This peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to the publication and dissemination of information about recently finalized or ongoing research projects in the fields of police, policing, and law enforcement. It includes concise reviews of significant research, as well as occasional editorials addressing specific matters of issues concerning European police. Furthermore, the journal provides reviews of methodological developments and information about forthcoming international police and law enforcement conferences or seminars.
Vols. 1-10 (2001-2019)
Published by Government Law College, Mumbai
The Law Review, Government Law College is a student-edited journal that is distributed among students, law schools across the country and overseas, academics, judges, and jurists. The journal gives students the opportunity to explore the arena of legal research and writing and seeks to instill in them the ability to critique. Authors are asked to write their articles in conformity to the Citation Manual of Government Law College. The articles are then vetted by the student committee, thoroughly researched, and then sent to the editors for further review prior to publication.
Vol. 1 (2019)
Published by National Law University, Delhi
NLUD Journal of Legal Studies is an annual, student-edited, peer-reviewed law journal that seeks to provide a forum for students, academics, and professionals to engage in discussions on varied issues of contemporary importance in domestic and international law and policy. The aim of the journal is to encourage scholarship and research in all areas of the law and its relationship with other disciplines in order to analyze crucial developments in the legal field.
Vols. 1-8#1 (2013-2020)
Published by University La Salle Canoas, La Salle Canoas Law School
REDES is a publication of the Master’s Program of La Salle Canoas Law School and is intended for the dissemination of scientific knowledge in the area of law, with emphasis on legal sociology. The journal includes articles of original scientific research, as well as reviews and translations by professionals and researchers linked to undergraduate and graduate courses. The journal also aims to be a potential source of studies for Brazilian and foreign researchers, professionals, or academics of undergraduate or graduate courses.
Vols. 1-47#3 (1970-2017)
Published by Universite de Sherbrooke
The Université de Sherbrooke Law Review was created to promote the dissemination of legal knowledge by Quebecois and foreign authors, for the benefit of a diverse readership. The journal has a multidisciplinary scope offering perspective beyond the strict classical framework of legal positivism. For example, it includes research conducted on the general well-being of humans. Authors include faculty from the school as well as outsiders who have become experts in their field.
Tip of the Month
When researching in the Law Journal Library, users have the ability to browse by Edit Type. According to Washington and Lee University School of Law, there are three different types of edited journals:
- Student-edited means a student-run journal that does not send articles out for peer review.
- Peer-edited means a journal that is edited by professionals in the field.
- Refereed means a journal that routinely sends article submissions on for peer review by members of a diverse professional group.
Student-edited or peer-edited journals may also be refereed, in which case the journal will be listed as refereed. Additionally, this Edit Type categorization currently only applies to actively published journals.
From here users can browse through the journals that fall into these three categories.
Alternatively, users can refine their searches in the Law Journal Library by Edit Type. For example, let’s run a proximity search for “teacher liability bullying”~20. From the results page, click on Edit Type and choose peer-edited.
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