With the October content release, we added 10 new journals, all of which are active serials. Before we take a closer look at each of the new titles, we have a special announcement!
We are happy to report that due to an updated agreement with the publisher, HeinOnline now provides current content for the Journal of Space Law. Published by University of Mississippi School of Law since 1973, this widely recognized journal is devoted to space law and the legal problems arising out of human activities in outer space.
Now let’s dive into the new journals and see what content they cover!
Vols. 1-18#1 (2003-2020)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-10 (2003-2012) as Administration; Vols. 11-15 (2013-2017) as International Public Administration Review
Published by University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration
Central European Public Administration Review (CEPAR) is a scientific peer-reviewed and peer-edited journal that publishes original articles devoted to the development and analysis of public administration and governance. Published biannually, the journal’s mission is to contribute to the theoretical and practical progress of public administration in central European and other countries. The goal of CEPAR is to cover mostly central European space, in not only geographical but mainly contextual sense, by supporting administrative reforms in accordance with European principles.
Vols. 1-9 (2009-2019)
Published by Gujarat National Law University
The GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics (GJLDP) is a biannual peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal which focuses on law, development, and politics. It is published by the Editorial Board of Gujarat National Law University and is administered by university faculty and students. The goal of GJLDP is to promote development, politics, and issues related to legal reforms, critique the legal system, monitor developments in alternative practice, and spread legal education to various communities. This journal is intended for legal luminaries, professors of law and other related fields, academicians, and students, and encourages contributions from all such individuals.
Vols. 1-22#1 (1994-2020)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-15 (1994-2013) as Health and Human Rights
Published by Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights
Health and Human Rights Journal, founded in 1994, provides an inclusive forum for action-oriented dialogue among human rights practitioners. The journal endeavors to increase access to human rights knowledge in the health field by linking an expanded community of readers and contributors. Health and Human Rights Journal focuses rigorous scholarly analysis on the conceptual foundations and challenges of rights discourse and action in relation to health. The journal is dedicated to empowering new voices from the field—highlighting the innovative work of groups and individuals in direct engagement with human rights struggles as they relate to health. The journal seeks to foster engaged scholarship and reflective activism, and in doing so, invites informed action to realize the full spectrum of human rights. Health and Human Rights Journal publishes two issues each year in June and December, and publishes papers-in-press regularly in between each issue.
Full Text: Vols. 1-52 (1962-2014)
Indexed: Vols.1-57 (1962-2019)
Published by the International Society of Criminology
The International Annals of Criminology is an international and multidisciplinary journal devoted to the study of crime and crime prevention. Published by the International Society of Criminology, Annals is one of the oldest continuously published scholarly journals in the area of criminology. Its mission is to further the dissemination of original international material on criminology and criminal justice, with a particular focus on different contexts beyond Europe and North America. Annals welcomes contributions relating to crime, cybercrime, crime prevention, criminal law, medico-legal subject matters, and the administration of criminal justice, and provides a platform for learning, debate, and collaboration among criminologists, policy makers, professionals, and practitioners worldwide.
Vols. 1-10#1 (2011-2020)
Published by Akdeniz University Faculty of Law
Journal of Akdeniz University Faculty of Law is published twice a year in June and December. The mission of the publishing law school is to educate lawyers who have a high sense of justice, a critical perspective, a culture of compromise, and who are sensitive to social problems. The peer-edited journal, in turn, is intended for academicians and students with undergraduate and postgraduate education in the legal field, publishing original articles that support legal education and practice.
Vols. 1-50 (1872-2019)
Published by the University of Peshawar
Journal of Law and Society is published by the University of Peshawar once a year with the mission of improving human life through law. One of the leading and oldest research journals of Pakistan, this publication exposes what the law is and how it ought to be in its local, regional, and global contexts for researchers, practicing lawyers, judges, politicians, policy makers, and students. The Journal of Law and Society focuses on the following research areas, among others: legal research methodologies; criminal and civil laws and procedures; the administration of justice; the discourse of human rights law; international law; and more.
Published by Rural Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
This biannual, peer-edited scientific journal seeks to disseminate research in the area of administrative law, in its transdisciplinarity with public administration, through the publication of scientific articles and academic papers, as well as book reviews and case law analyses. The journal publishes its original articles after a double-blind evaluation process, and aims to allow academic dissemination of scientific articles that critically deal with the relationship between the State and the citizen. Its target audience is faculty and students engaged with law, public administration, public management, and related social sciences courses.
Vols. 1-6 (2014-2020)
Published by Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law
The SMU Annual Texas Survey serves as a tool to legal practitioners in the development of Texas jurisprudence. Each issue includes articles from law professors, attorneys, and judges concerning the concise presentation of the present state of Texas law. The survey began in 1967 as the Annual Survey of Texas Law, an annual project of the SMU Law Review and published ever year as its last issue. All editing is performed by student members of the board of editors and the staff of the SMU Law Review Association.
The SMU Law Review, in turn, is published four times each year and includes articles by prominent legal scholars and practitioners dealing with significant questions of local, national, and international law.
Published by Free International University of Moldova
Studii Juridice Universitare (The University Legal Studies) was established in 2008, and over the years has experienced many modifications in form and substance, each with a noble purpose—the improvement of published volumes. Today, the journal is published by the Graduate School of Law in collaboration with the Law Faculty of the Free International University of Moldova. Focusing both on theoretical research and practical information, the journal seeks to publish valuable work that reflects the results of current research of representatives of institutions in the Republic of Moldova and other states. The journal covers the areas of international law, public law, private law, and criminal sciences.
Vols. 1-11#1 (2010-2020)
Published by Union University Law School Belgrade
Founded in 2010, Pravni zapisi (Union University Law School Review) is a peer-reviewed and peer-edited journal published by Union University Law School Belgrade, Serbia. Within the national ranking of scholarly journals, the Review has been ranked as a leading national journal in the categories of Law and Political Science. The Review welcomes legal scholarship on a broad range of legal topics written by professors, researchers, judges, and other legal practitioners, as well as postgraduate students. Its goals are to foster excellence in legal research and writing, to provide the professional community with reliable and thoughtful commentary on new developments and trends in the law, and to serve as a forum for legal debates.
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