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New Journals Added to HeinOnline: February 2023

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With the February content release, we added 12 new journals, 11 of which are active serials that cover subjects such as communications law, gaming, sports law, human rights law, and more. Keep reading to learn about these new additions.


1. Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies

Vols. 1-5 (2016-2022)

Published by University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

Subjects: Communications Law, Cloud Computing, Computers, Criminal Law and Procedure

Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies‘ (AZLawJET) purpose and goal is to unify a multitude of technical, legal, and public policy disciplines. In the fall of 2015, AZLawJET became Arizona Law’s first technology-focused law journal. They tackle some of the most challenging areas of law, technology, and public policy. They seek authors that aim to contribute to the merging areas of law, public policy, and business, but also those that study areas such as intellectual property rights, science and technology, and similar areas of legal academia.


2. Biotechnology Law Report 

Full Text: Vols. 1-39 (1982-2020)

Indexed: Vols. 1-41#1-4 (1982-2022)

Published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers

Biotechnology Law Report delivers critical authoritative analysis of biotech patents and litigation, regulatory and legislative activity, and trade-related aspects of biotechnology. As the first journal in the field of biotechnology law nearly 40 years ago, it provides exclusive access to historic developments that are informing legal cases today. The journal is particularly devoted to industries in which new biotechology products are developing the most rapidly: pharmaceuticals, chemicals, agriculture, food processing, energy, mineral recovery, and waste treatment. Biotechnology Law Report is highly recommended for law firms or corporate legal department library collections contributing research services to biotechnology research or a patent law practice.


3. Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Journal 

Vols. 1-6 (2013-2022)

Published by Centre for Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law (CCAL), National Law University Jodhpur

Subjects: Constitutional Law, Generally; Judiciary Branch; Human Rights Law

The Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Journal (CALJ) is the flagship journal of the Centre for Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, published under the guidance of Prof. (Dr.) I.P Massey, Dean, Faculty of Law, National Law University Jodhpur. CALJ aims to promote scholarly excellence in the area of comparative constitutional and administrative law with a diligent editorial board, an eminent advisory board and an institution known for its academic excellence. Each issue contains articles, notes, case comments, and book reviews based on contemporary issues of comparative constitutional and administrative law.


4. Dicle University Journal of Law Faculty

Vols. 1-27 (1983-2022)

Published by Dicle Universitesi / Dicle University

Subjects: International Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Courts, Human Rights Law

Dicle University Journal of Law Faculty publishes research articles in the field of law both on national and international matters. Articles are written both in Turkish and foreign languages, but mainly in English. The journal intends to provide quality law research not only for Turkish academics but also foreign academics. It is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal.


5. Election Law Journal 

Full Text: Vols. 1-18 (2002-2019)

Indexed: Vols. 1-21#3 (2002-2022)

Published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers

Subjects: Politics (General); Elections, Voting; Constitutional Law, Generally

Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy (ELJ) provides global, interdisciplinary coverage of election law, policy, and administration. As the first journal focused on this specialized area of law, it provides exclusive access to historic developments and election reforms that are impacting international elections today. The journal addresses everything from federal to local election laws with insightful analysis from the top scholars in the field, as well as perspectives from practitioners and elected officials. This is the essential legal resource for election officials, campaign fundraisers, and political consultants at every level of government.


6. Gaming Law Review 

Full Text: Vols. 1-23 (1997-2019) Title Varies: Vols. 1-11 (1997-2007) as Gaming Law Review; Vols. 12-20 (2008-2016) as Gaming Law Review and Economics

Indexed:  Vols. 1-26 (1997-2022)

Published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers

Subjects: Gaming, Gambling, Internet, Sports Law

Gaming Law Review (GLR) presents the latest developments in legislation, regulation, market performance, emerging technologies, and judicial decisions affecting gaming around the world. As the first journal focused on this specialized area of law, it provides exclusive access to historic and current developments in the gaming industry. With authoritative coverage of the legalities of intellectual property and licensing requirements, past and current litigation, and tax issues, the Review is cited more often by legal courts than any other gaming law journal.


7. Law and Social Justice Review

Vols. 1-3#1 (2020-2022)

Published by Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Faculty of Law

Subjects: International Law, Human Rights Law, Criminal Law and Procedure

Law and Social Justice Review (LASJURE) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to promote the discussion and examination of issues lying at the juncture of social justice and the law. LASJURE publishes legal studies and analyses of case law, legislation, and instruments that address the law’s interface with historically challenged groups and stress the law’s potential as a tool of positive social change. These studies can also rely on findings from related disciplines, especially social sciences and humanities. The aim of LASJURE is to provide inspiration for the development of law in ways that encourage the use of law as an instrument of social engineering. LASJURE is published three times a year in January, May and September. The journal invites professors, judicial officers, legal practitioners, and law postgraduate students to submit scholarly articles, essays, legal briefs, case comments, and book reviews that address issues involving the intersection of social justice and the law.


8. Legal Spectrum Journal 

Vols. 1-2#2 (2021-2022)

Published by Legal Spectrum Journal

Subjects: Gaming, Sports Law, Athletes, Comparative and Foreign Law

Legal Spectrum Journal aims to provide independent legal research work in the field of sports law, gaming law, technology law, aviation law, and maritime law. The target audience for this publication is legal professionals and law students of PAN India who are interested in exploring the legal arena of sports, aviation, technology and more. The Journal is peer-reviewed and thoroughly analyzed by the law faculty.


9. Opole Studies in Administration and Law / Opolskie Studia Administracyjno-Prawne 

Vols. 1-19 (2003-2022)

Published by University of Opole

Subjects: Religion and the Law, Churches, Criminal Law and Procedure

The Opole Studies in Administration and Law/Opolskie Studia Administracyjno-Prawne (OSAP) aims to advance legal and public administration scholarship by publishing high quality doctrinal and empirical works in these fields. The journal welcomes papers written by legal academics and scholars from cognate disciplines representing a variety of methodological approaches, from the classical black-letter analysis, through socio-legal and critical approaches up to computational legal studies. The journal is aimed both at academics, although the texts published there are also of interest to practitioners, and there is some room reserved for practice-induced commentaries on recent court judgements. OSAP is published in the tradition of European law reviews, so it is peer-edited and the papers are peer-reviewed by external reviewers.


10. Yale Journal of International Law Online

Vols. 35-46 (2009-2022)

Published by Yale Law School

Subjects: International Trade and the Law, International Law, Human Rights Law

The Yale Journal of International Law (YJIL) publishes two types of online content: (1) short-form “YJIL Forum” pieces and (2) longer-form “Features Essays” (collectively called “YJIL Online”). YJIL Online is particularly interested in submissions that examine recent developments, discuss practitioner experiences, or respond to articles published in YJIL or on YJIL Online. YJIL Online publishes works that include international, comparative, or transnational elements as an intrinsic part of the central legal argument. YJIL Online does not publish pieces that confront solely the domestic law of nation-states, as well as articles on the topic of foreign actors in a domestic legal context, such as U.S. immigration law. The goal of YJIL Online is to publish new ideas and viewpoints rather than to summarize areas of international law.


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