With the December content release, we added 10 new journals, all of which are active serials. Keep reading to learn all about them!
Vols. 1-9 (2012-2021)
Published by Seattle University School of Law
American Indian Law Journal (AILJ) is an academic collaboration among students, faculty, and practitioners. The AILJ is designed to fill a critical gap in the amount of current scholarship available to those interested in the rapidly developing field of Indian Law. The AILJ strives to publish articles by an array of legal professionals, including law students, professors, judges, and practitioners. All article submissions are subjected to a thorough editorial process, which is designed to strengthen subject and tone. The journal is student run and edited.
Published by Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Politicas de la Universidad de Antioquia
Estudios de Derecho (Law Studies) is a biannual publication of the University of Antioquia’s Faculty of Law and Political Sciences. It contributes to debates of ideas around law and politics and fosters dialogue with other disciplines. The journal prioritizes the publication of research articles written by national and international authors. It is aimed at political scientists, lawyers, and, generally, professionals interested in the social fields of knowledge.
2021 Articles 1-19
Published by Harvard Law School
The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy Per Curiam is an online, student-edited journal published by the Harvard Society for Law & Public Policy, Inc., an organization of Harvard Law School students. The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy is one of the top five most widely circulated law reviews and the nation’s leading forum for conservative and libertarian legal scholarship. Per Curiam is an online extension of the journal. It publishes both traditional law review articles and shorter notes, comments, and essays.
2020-2021 Article 1
Published by Harvard Law School
Negotiation, not adjudication, resolves most legal conflicts. However, despite the fact that dispute resolution is central to the practice of law and has become a “hot” topic in legal circles, a gap in the literature persists. “Legal negotiation”—negotiation with lawyers in the middle and legal institutions in the background—has escaped systematic analysis.
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review works to close this gap by providing a forum in which scholars from many disciplines can discuss negotiation as it relates to law and legal institutions. It is aimed specifically at lawyers and legal scholars.
Vols. 1-2#2 (2020-2021)
Published by UC Hastings Law
Hastings Journal of Crime and Punishment (HJCP) is a forum in which meaningful discussion can occur on issues of criminal law, incarceration, and the criminal justice system. The journal’s intention is to establish a cross-disciplinary platform in which scholars and practitioners analyze criminal law and procedure as well as the different institutions of incarceration. From the pervasiveness of racial profiling to the shackles of collateral consequences, the criminal system disparately impacts the poor and people of color. A thorough examination of the various ways in which individuals are impacted by the criminal system is only possible with a diversity of perspectives. Therefore, the journal invites the written analysis of those who traditionally have been excluded from legal scholarship, including incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, as well as others who have been most affected by the criminal justice system. Ultimately, HJCP explores criminal law and its greater context in American society in order to contribute to a critical discourse on punishment, justice, and human dignity.
Vols. 1-3#1 (2019-2020)
Published by the Center for American and International Law
ITA in Review is a cutting-edge publication that addresses key developments in the field of international and domestic dispute resolution, including arbitration, conciliation, litigation, and mediation, through diverse content, such as scholarly and practical articles, transcripts of ITA’s programs, book reviews, short comments, video interviews, and multimedia presentations. ITA in Review strives to provide a voice and platform for diverse contributors, including Young ITA members.
Published by University of Michigan Law School
The Journal of Law and Mobility is a resource for scholarship, analysis, and information concerning law and emerging transportation and mobility technologies, with a focus on connected and automated vehicles. All articles accepted for publication undergo peer review by our editorial board, which includes legal and technical experts from academia and industry. Further editing is provided by staff and student research assistants. The intended audience is lawyers in the industry and academia who work on or study transportation and emerging technology law.
Vols. 1-10#3 (2011-2021)
Published by the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society
The TSCHS Journal is a quarterly e-publication that includes a range of articles on various aspects of Texas legal history. Established in Fall 2011, the Journal is distributed via email to TSCHS members. The Texas Supreme Court Historical Society (TSCHS) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of information, papers, photographs, and significant artifacts relating to the Supreme Court and the appellate courts of Texas. The Society sponsors scholarship relating to the history of the Texas judiciary and furthers efforts to raise public awareness about the judicial branch of government and its role in the development of Texas.
Vols. 1-2 (2019-2021)
Published by LexForti Legal News
LexForti Legal Journal was established with a view to assist in spreading legal awareness about the ever-evolving jurisprudence in various legal systems, and its target audience is the peers of the legal fraternity. It is a free, open access, peer-edited journal which gives insight upon broad and dynamic legal issues, including corporate law, family law, contract law, taxation, alternative dispute resolution, IP laws, criminal law, and other civil issues.
Vols. 1-11 (2011-2021)
Published by Wake Forest University School of Law
The Wake Forest Law Review Online pieces are geared towards informing legal practitioners of relevant, nascent legal issues. Additionally, the Wake Forest Law Review hosts a legal blog for members of the Law Review to comment on current issues within the legal world.
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