With the March content release, we added eight new journals, seven of which are active serials. These new journals cover subjects including intellectual property law, constitutional law, family law, and more! What’s more, we also have added all of the archives back to inception for the World Affairs journal. Keep reading to learn all about these publications!
Vols. 52-62 (2011-2021)
Published by Boston College Law School
Subjects: Legal Practice and Procedure, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Courts
E. Supp. is the online companion to the Boston College Law Review. It publishes short comments on recent federal circuit court decisions prepared by second-year staff writers. Each comment is intended to present a clear overview of the decision, a discussion of the important issues, and a meaningful perspective on its consequences for litigants.
Published by University of California, Berkeley
Subjects: Intellectual Property Law, Copyright, Legislation, Constitutional Law
BTLJ‘s mission is to publish the most cutting-edge and insightful scholarship possible at the intersection of law and technology. In addition to the traditional BTLJ print journal, the publisher is introducing a new, online-only publication, called BTLJ Commentaries. The subject matter of BTLJ Commentaries will remain unchanged from the print journal. The goal of this new publication is to publish shorter pieces on an accelerated timeline, enabling authors to discuss topics in a more timely way, provoke discussion, and respond to new developments in both scholarship and current events.
Vols. 38-46 (2014-2022)
Published by New York University
Subjects: Constitutional Law, Civil Rights, Legal Profession, Penology
The Harbinger is an online-only publication of The Review of Law & Social Change. The Harbinger publishes timely and newsworthy pieces that keep up with the fast-paced, changing landscape of American law. Social Change was created to provide an outlet for scholarship and analysis in legal areas of particular interest to socially concerned attorneys.
Vol. 1#1 (2021)
Published by Strathmore University Press
Subjects: First Amendment, Intellectual Property Law, Business and the Law, Children
The Journal of Intellectual Property and Information Technology (JIPIT) Law is an academic journal founded by the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT). CIPIT undertook this endeavor to offer and provide a platform for academic research on intellectual property and technology law in jurisdictions within the Global South.
Published by Universul Juridic Publishing House
Subjects: Marriage and Couples, Parents and Children, Martial Law, Military Law and Justice
The Family Law Magazine is not just any magazine. From the effort of those who seek the truth, in the light of law, the magazine focuses on the family, inviting debate and analysis. The role of a periodical dedicated to family law is to create a framework for debate, by reuniting special pens and applying legal reasoning. It has a flexible structure, and includes the traditional parts—studies, annotated jurisprudence and summary jurisprudence, reviews, restitution, as well as an editorial (belonging to personalities outside the legal sphere), legislative file, bibliographic codex, legal culture, and events. The magazine is edited by specialists from the world of law.
Vols. 1-21#1 (2002-2022)
Published by University of Mississippi, National Sea Grant Law Center
The SandBar is a quarterly publication reporting on legal issues affecting the U.S. oceans and coasts. Its goal is to increase awareness and understanding of coastal problems and issues. The National Sea Grant Law Center’s mission is to encourage a well-informed constituency by providing legal information and analysis to the Sea Grant Community, policy-makers, and the general public.
Title Varies: 1914-1918 as Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Offentliches Recht: Austrian Journal of Public Law; 1919-1940 as Zeitschrift fur Offentliches Recht (ZoR): Journal of Public Law; 1946-1977 as Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Offentliches Recht: Austrian Journal of Public Law; 1977-1995 as Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Offentliches Recht und Volkerrecht: Austrian Journal of Public and International Law
Published by Verlag Osterreich GmbH
Subjects: Air and Space Law, International Law, Human Rights Law, Constitutional Law
The Zeitschrift fur Offentliches Recht/Journal of Public Law is the leading Austrian forum for the debate of fundamental issues of public law on national, international, and supranational levels, overarching the different legal cultures prevailing in Europe and beyond. Focuses of the journal include Austrian and German public law, international law including WTO law and European law, as well as legal theory. The journal aims to be a forum for academic debate in public law for Europe and beyond, rooted in the German-speaking area.
Archives Now Complete Back to Inception
Full Text: Vols. 1-181 (1837-2018)
Indexed: Vols. 1-185#1 (1837-2022)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-33 (1837-1884) as Advocate of Peace; 1846 as Advocate of Peace and Universal Brotherhood; Vols. 47-55 (1884-1893) as American Advocate of Peace and Arbitration; Vols. 56-82#2 (1894-1920) as Advocate of Peace; Vols. 82#3-94 (1920-1932) as Advocate of Peace through Justice
Published by Sage Publications
Subjects: War, International Law, Foreign Affairs, Politics
Founded in 1837, World Affairs is a quarterly journal showcasing provocative and original research in international and current affairs. For decades it has been renowned for publishing articles on policy as it is practiced—pieces that excite controversy and encourage debate. As of 2016, World Affairs‘ longstanding tradition as a leader of political debate continues in its new and more academic incarnation.
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