Post updated: September 19, 2022
HeinOnline now contains all 35 Springer journals.
HeinOnline is excited to announce that we have partnered with Springer to bring 35 new journals to our Law Journal Library! New Springer journals are being added each month, beginning with our April content release, with the last titles releasing in September. The majority of the journals will be available with a one-year delay; however, there will be a few open-access journals released in coming months that will not be subject to an embargo. Keep reading to learn more about Springer and the journals!
Springer is a leading global scientific, technical and medical portfolio, providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions, and corporate R&D departments with quality content through innovative information, products and services.
Springer has one of the strongest STM and HSS eBook collections and archives, as well as a comprehensive range of hybrid and open access journals and books under the SpringerOpen imprint.
New Springer Journals Now Available
Artificial Intelligence and Law seeks papers that address the development of formal or computational models of legal knowledge, reasoning, and decision making. It also includes in-depth studies of innovative artificial intelligence systems that are being used in the legal domain, and gives space to studies addressing the legal, ethical and social implications of the use of artificial intelligence in law. It welcomes interdisciplinary approaches including not only artificial intelligence and jurisprudence, but also logic, machine learning, cognitive psychology, linguistics, or philosophy.
Criminal Law and Philosophy fills a gap in the scholarly literature by providing a platform for articles that take a philosophical perspective on any issue in the broad field of crime and punishment. It gives readers access to the latest thinking by the field’s best scholars. Topics addressed include crime and criminalization; the content, principles, and structure of substantive criminal law; criminal justice and the criminal process; and punishment and sentencing.
Feminist Legal Studies is committed to an international perspective and to the promotion of feminist work in all areas of law, legal theory, and legal practice. The journal publishes material in a range of formats, including articles, essay reviews, interviews, book reviews, and notes on recent legal developments. The editorial board encourages the submission of papers from people working outside the academy, as well as from researchers in any discipline.
The Journal of Family Violence (JOFV) is a peer-reviewed publication committed to the dissemination of rigorous research on preventing, ending, and ameliorating all forms of family violence. JOFV welcomes scholarly articles related to the broad categories of child abuse and maltreatment, dating violence, domestic and partner violence, and elder abuse. Within these categories, JOFV emphasizes research on physical violence, psychological violence, sexual violence, and homicides that occur in families. Studies on families in all their various forms and diversities are welcome.
The Journal of Quantitative Criminology publishes papers that apply quantitative techniques to substantive, methodological, or evaluative concerns relevant to the criminological community. The contents span a broad range of disciplines, drawing on research advances in statistics, sociology, geography, political science, economics, and engineering. Features include original research, brief methodological critiques, and papers that explore new directions for studying a broad range of criminological topics.
Law and Philosophy serves as a forum for the publication of work in law and philosophy that is of common interest to individuals in the disciplines of jurisprudence and legal philosophy. The journal publishes articles that use all approaches in both fields. In addition, it publishes work in any of the major legal traditions, including common law, civil law, and the socialist tradition.
Trends in Organized Crime presents a composite of analyses and syntheses of research on organized crime, drawn from a variety of sources. It publishes peer-reviewed, original research articles and excerpts from significant governmental reports. The contents also include reviews of important new books and presents analysis and commentary on current issues in organized crime. Trends in Organized Crime is an ideal resource for practitioners and policy makers, as well as the academic community. It is published in association with the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (IASOC).
Upcoming Titles to Be Added by September
- Asian Journal of Criminology
- Constitutional Political Economy
- Crime Science (open-access)
- Crime, Law and Social Change
- Criminal Law Forum
- Critical Criminology
- Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal
- European Journal of Law and Economics
- European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research
- Genus (open-access)
- Health & Justice (open-access)
- HEC Forum
- International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics
- International Journal for the Semiotics of Law
- International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education (open-access)
- International Journal of Legal Medicine
- Journal of Banking Regulation
- Journal of Consumer Policy
- Journal of Experimental Criminology
- Journal of International Humanitarian Action (open-access)
- Journal of Transportation Security
- Journal of Value Inquiry
- Law and Critique
- Liverpool Law Review
- Natur und Recht
- Psychological Injury and Law
- Res Publica
- Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy
For more information about the upcoming titles, contact the Marketing Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about our Law Journal Library, check out our dedicated LibGuide!