With the June content release, we added 10 new journals, nine of which are active serials. Let’s dive into our new Law Journal Library titles this month and see the type of content they cover.
Law Journal Library Additions
Published by PULP – Pretoria University Law Press
The African Human Rights Law Reports contains legal decisions of relevance to human rights law in Africa. The Reports are indispensable for anyone dealing with African human rights issues—legal practitioners, judges, international and domestic civil servants, members of civil society, and academics—and captures the evolving human rights jurisprudence of the African continent.
Vols. 1-4#1 (2018-2021)
Published by University of Montreal
The Canadian Journal of Bioethics is a peer-reviewed, bilingual (French and English), international academic journal that publishes theoretical, conceptual, and empirical research in bioethics. The aim of the journal is to provide a space for the publication of high-quality and thought-provoking bioethics scholarship of diverse forms.
Vols. 1-2#1 (2020-2021)
Published by Ferenc Madl Institute of Comparative Law
The Central European Journal of Comparative Law (CEJCL) aims at establishing itself as a comparative legal research forum that analyzes both private and public law of primarily (but not exclusively) European countries. The research topics and adopted approach of this double-blind peer-reviewed journal are relevant to the Central European and East Central European region. The intended audience is primarily legal scholars, and secondarily all types of legal practitioners.
Vols. 1-22 (1991-2014) All Published
Published by University of Alberta
From 1991 to 2014, the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta produced two quarterly publications. These publications, one of which was the Health Law Review, contributed significantly to the development and discussion of Canadian health law and science policy, have served as publication outlets for a broad range of legal scholars, and have become invaluable resources for entities such as the Supreme Court of Canada.
Published by Union of Law Scientists
The Herald of Law journal publishes scientific articles on topical issues of law, human rights, and public administration which contain scientific novelty and have high scientific value. Published twice a year in July and December, its goals are to present important scientific research in the field of law and to raise the development of law science and legal awareness in Georgian and international society. The journal is intended for Georgian and international scientists, researchers, PhD students, practicing lawyers, and all interested in law.
Published by Cluj Bar (member of the National Association of the Romanian Bars)
The Jurnalul Baroului Cluj focuses on articles in the field of law, both in terms of doctrine and national or European jurisprudence. The mission of this peer-reviewed journal is to submit topical legal issues to scientific debate for practicing lawyers (Romanian lawyers, in particular). In the pages of this publication, find the materials of fellow lawyers at the Cluj Bar, orientated primarily to the practical side of law, as well as occasional materials from other legal professionals or lawyers from other bars.
Full Text: Vols. 1-45 (1973-2017)
Indexed: Vols. 1-49#3 (1973-2021)
Published by SAGE Publications
Political Theory (PT), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, serves as the leading forum for the development and exchange of political ideas. Broad in scope and international in coverage, PT publishes articles on political theory from a wide range of philosophical, ideological, and methodological perspectives. Articles address contemporary and historical political thought, normative and cultural theory, the history of ideas, and critical assessments of current work.
Vols. 1-14 (2007-2020)
Published by PULP – Pretoria University Law Press
The Pretoria Student Law Review (PSLR) at the University of Pretoria is a student-driven initiative that provides an interactive forum for students, academics, and legal professionals to discuss topical legal matters. With the uncertainties that the future holds for South Africa, the African continent, and the world at large, University of Pretoria law students have a duty to challenge the status quo. Thus, the approach of the journal is not conventional but experimental, investigative, and sometimes challenging.
Vols. 1-44 (1988-2021)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-31 (1988-2017) as Review of Comparative Law
Published by John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
Review of European and Comparative Law (RECoL, formerly Review of Comparative Law) is a quarterly journal publishing English articles written by Polish and authors from other countries. As the name of the periodical suggests, the intention of the editors is to present legal institutions in the European and comparative perspective. The Review also serves as a discussion forum in a broader international context. Moreover, it provides an opportunity to present Polish juridical output abroad.
Vols. 1-2#1 (2018-2020)
Published by Clarus Press
The Tort Law and Litigation Review is a relatively new journal intended to keep its audience abreast of recent developments in tort theory and practice, both nationally and internationally. While specifically designed for solicitors and barristers practicing in personal injury litigation, the biannual journal also seeks to be an effective research tool for academics and students working within the field of tort law.
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