With the November content release, we added 10 new journals, six of which are active serials. These new journals cover subjects including Human Rights Law, Gender and the Law, International Law, and more! Keep reading to learn about our November 2022 new journals!
Vol. 1#1-3 (2022)
Published by Cambridge University Press
Subjects: Countries, Areas, and Regions; European Union; Human Rights Law; International Law
European Law Open (ELO) delivers a dynamic, critical, and contextual approach to European law in an Open Access format. The journal is open to different voices, different concerns, and different methodologies, offering a platform for rigorous analysis of both EU law itself and wider European law and governance in their political, cultural, social, and economic contexts. Intellectually ambitious ‘Core analysis’ research papers will be published alongside shorter ‘Dialogue and debate’ pieces as well as reflections on books and classic articles. European Law Open is the bold new platform for the diverse voices of the EU law community.
Vols. 1-2#1 (2021-2022)
Published by The Grassroots Institute
Subjects: Countries, Areas, and Regions; Environmental Law; Gender and the Law; Developing Countries
Journal of Policy & Governance is comprehensively covering the subjects of policy, law, and governance in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach. By bridging both academic and professional domains, the journal provides professionals, practitioners, researchers, students, and policymakers, and any other persons with information on developments in the field of policy, law, and/or governance.
3. Law Review
Vols. 1-12#1 (2011-2022)
Published by Universul Juridic Publishing House
Subjects: Countries, Areas, and Regions; European Union, Criminal Law and Procedure, Human Rights Law
The International Law Review is an open-source scientific publication which aims to publish, exclusively in electronic format, articles, studies, comments, etc. written in English by Romanian and foreign authors, regarding Romanian and foreign legal doctrine and the case law of national and European courts (the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Union Court, and the European Court of Human Rights). The journal Law Review will include columns such as: “Studies, Discussions, Comments”; “Comparative Law. European Union Law. International Law”; “Doctrine – Foreign Authors”; and “Romanian and Foreign Case Law.”
Vols. 1-2#1 (2021-2022)
Published by Edinburgh University Press for Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ)
Subjects: Jurisprudence, Indigenous Peoples, Comparative and Foreign Law, Gender and the Law
Legalities is the official journal of the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ), and the premier journal for socio-legal studies in the Antipodes. An international journal with a strong regional base, Legalities publishes contextually sensitive, theoretically informed, critically engaged, and interdisciplinary socio-legal scholarship on topics such as law and society, legal geography, law and politics, criminology, law and economy, law and culture, legal history, feminist legal theory, critical race studies, critical legal theory, law and colonialism/imperialism, queer legal theory, environmental law, law and psychoanalysis, law and literature, law and social activism, animal law, and law and education. The Journal is co-sponsored by the Southern Cross University School of Law and Justice.
Vols. 1-8 (2016-2022)
Published by Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Subjects: Gender and the Law, Business and the Law, Health Law and Policy, Securities Law
Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Journal of Regulatory Compliance (JRC) seeks to advance academic dialogue regarding the management of regulatory risk in commercial enterprises, the experience of the regulated actor, and analysis of regulations within the context of organized efforts to comply with laws. JRC‘s intended audience is compliance and academic professionals, as well as students, in the regulatory industry. JRC is student-edited.
Vols. 1-64 (1953-2021)
Published by University in Sarajevo, Faculty of Law
Subjects: Criminal Law and Procedure, International Law, Human Rights Law, Legislation
Godisnjak Pravnog fakulteta u Sarajevu/Yearbook of the Law Faculty in Sarajevo is a double-blind, peer-reviewed yearbook edited by an editorial board consisting of in-house and international members, whose main mission is to publish academic and professional articles and reviews from the field of law and related disciplines such as sociology of law, criminology, economic politics, administration, philosophy of law, etc. However, it is focused on main legal disciplines and topics discussed from national, regional, European, and international perspectives.
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