Over the past two months, we have added 19 new active serials to our Law Journal Library. These new serials cover subjects including education law, data protection, foreign affairs, and more! Keep reading to learn about these new additions to our collection of multidisciplinary journals.
Vols. 1-12 Article 8 (2016-2023)
Published by Bond University
Subjects: Education Law, Legal Education, Education (General), Students
The Australian Journal of Clinical Education (AJCE) is an open-access double-blind peer-reviewed journal devoted to issues of practice and innovation in clinical education across the two disciplines of law and health. The intended audience of this journal is higher education clinical teachers and students; legal professionals; medicine & health sciences professionals; clinical instructors; and higher education teachers generally. The AJCE Editorial Board is committed to publishing original contributions that offer readers a variety of clinical education topics to bridge theory and practices in different institutional environments.
Published by California Supreme Court Historical Society
Subjects: Legal History, Constitutional Law, Judges, Courts
The California Supreme Court Historical Society Review is dedicated to recovering, preserving, and promoting California’s legal and judicial history, with a particular emphasis on the state’s highest court.
Vols. 1-8#1 (2016-2023)
Published by the University of Seville
Subjects: Labor Law, Age and Aging, Social Programs, Social Security
E-Revista Internacional de la Proteccion Social is a free, downloadable open journal whose objective is to transfer knowledge to society and the scientific community on social security, social assistance, and social protection from the perspective of national law, European Union law, and international law.
Published by State Agency on Intellectual Property (AGEPI)
Subjects: Intellectual Property Law; Copyright; Criminal Law and Procedure; Countries, Areas and Regions
The Journal of Intellectual Property, Science and Education “Intellectus” is a scientific, peer-reviewed, open-access publication, offering an alternative for the publication and promotion of scientific results in the fields it deals with. The mission of the Journal “Intellectus” is to approach multilaterally and competently the aspects of the protection of intellectual property. In this respect, the journal elucidates the provisions of national and international legislation in the field of intellectual property and reveals the procedures for acquiring intellectual property protection, the mechanism for the implementation and enforcement of IP rights, as well as that for the exploitation of IP objects. Since the field of intellectual property involves a close connection with the fields of science, research, innovative technologies, education, etc., the Journal also deals with modern scientific and educational phenomena and their development; and promotes valuable fundamental and applied research in the fields of science, economics, education, and technology, as well as new technologies and scientific performance results for their innovative application; as well as shares scientific and methodological studies on the intellectual treasure of the Republic of Moldova.
Full Text: Vols. 1-10 (2011-2020)
Indexed: Vols. 1-13#3 (2011-2023)
Published by Oxford University Press
Subjects: Data Processing and Use, Data Protection, Information Privacy, Comparative and Foreign Law
International Data Privacy Law (IDPL) is a peer-reviewed journal that combines analytical excellence with a focus on issues of practical relevance. The journal is global in scope and thus seeks to cover data protection and privacy law topics from around the world. It is published four times a year. Articles will have a focus on points of law, but may also, where appropriate, include discussion of the economic implications of the law, of policy and regulatory matters, and the technical architecture of privacy.
Full Text: Vols. 1-11 (2010-2020)
Indexed: Vols. 1-14#2 (2010-2023)
Published by Rocky Mountain Academy for Legal Studies in Business
Subjects: International Law, Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Investment
JIDS addresses procedural issues that arise in international dispute resolution procedures, such as provisional measures; the consensual character of jurisdiction; evidence; amicus curiae interventions; res judicata, lis pendens and double fora; the procedural influence of human rights; experts and witnesses; interpretation, revision and challenge of awards and decisions; recognition and enforcement, etc. Comparative approaches, which are attentive to the different ways that these issues are dealt with in different types of dispute resolution procedures, are of particular interest. The journal includes substantive aspects about those fields of the law that are shaped by international courts and tribunals, be they of an interstate, private, or mixed character. Hence, substantive issues in international economic law and international investment law are considered, so long as the link to international dispute settlement is established. This includes questions of substantive law properly speaking, but also more general aspects of the substantive evolution of international law, covering issues such as the proliferation of international dispute settlement mechanisms and the ensuing fragmentation of international law.
Full Text: Vols. 1-13 (2008-2020)
Indexed: Vols. 1-16 (2008-2023)
Published by Oxford University Press
Subjects: Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law; Power and Energy; Resource Use; Investment
The Journal of World Energy Law & Business is the official journal of the AIEN. It is a peer-reviewed journal of record providing objective coverage of relevant issues. It provides high-quality articles that combine academic excellence with professional relevance and will benefit from the expertise of a Board of internationally respected academics, lawyers, and other energy professionals. The journal publishes articles on legal, business, and policy issues in the international energy industry. This includes upstream oil and gas transactions, finance, taxation, regulation, dispute management, alternative energy resources, energy policy and security, and international energy organizations. The journal is of interest to legal practitioners, government and international agency officials, experts from professional, industry, and non-governmental associations; and academics specializing in energy-related issues.
Full Text: Vols. 118-134 (2003-2020)
Indexed: Vols. 118-138#3 (2003-2023)
*Additional coverage in HeinOnline is forthcoming.
Published by Oxford University Press (former Wiley title)
Subjects: Politics (General), War, International Law, Constitutional Law
Political Science Quarterly was launched in 1886 by Columbia University Professor John W. Burgess, the Academy’s first president, with the active involvement of New York publisher George A. Plimpton. Published continuously since that year, PSQ has been the most widely read and accessible scholarly journal on government, politics, and public policy. Broad in its subject matter and dedicated to objective analysis based on evidence, PSQ examines both domestic and international issues. It has no ideological or methodological slant and is edited to be accessible not only to scholars but also to general readers who have a serious interest in public and foreign affairs.
Vols. 1-11 (2012-2022)
Published by University of Pennsylvania, Carey Law School
Subjects: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Government (General), Business and the Law
The Regulatory Review In Depth publishes traditional footnoted law articles written by leading academics and regulatory practitioners. It is a journal produced by students at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School under faculty supervision. It accepts contributions from academic, government, and private sector contributors and aims to reach a similarly diverse audience of academic and professional readers interested in important issues of administrative and regulatory law. The Regulatory Review In Depth supplements an online publication, The Regulatory Review, which is also student-edited but publishes short essays online on all topics related to regulation. The Regulatory Review In Depth accommodates work that is too long for The Review‘s normal online publication and that deserves a traditional journal layout and footnoting style. Both The Regulatory Review In Depth and The Regulatory Review are sponsored by the Penn Program on Regulation which is based at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
Vols. 1-7 (2016-2022)
Published by Romanian Society of Construction Law
Subjects: Contracts, Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Construction Contracts
Romanian Construction Law Review is a double-blinded peer-reviewed, open-access international academic review. The purpose of the review is to publish scholarly work and critical research in the field of construction law. The journal publishes scholarly research papers on key issues and developments in the legal field, as well as contextual work about the relationship of law with other disciplines related to the field of construction. The Romanian Construction Law Review aims to gather scientific articles from practitioners and academics, including doctoral students, to provide the latest news and issues that stir interest in the construction law field.
Vols. 1-30 (2009-2023)
Published by Mihai Viteazul National Intelligence Academy Publishing House
Subjects: Business and the Law; Crimes against the State; Terrorism; Countries, Areas, and Regions
Romanian Intelligence Studies Review (RISR)‘s purpose is to build an academic debate forum in the fields of intelligence and security studies, as well as to offer a common platform for researchers, doctoral students, and practitioners including those from law studies. The main target of RISR is to share knowledge through scientific articles based on empirical and theoretical research, case studies, analytical models, and simulations, as well as through reviews of profile field literature, relevant to both intelligence and security studies, as well as for other related scientific fields including the law studies.
Vols. 1-21 (1997-2023)
Published by the University of Nis
Subjects: International Law, Foreign Affairs, Human Rights Law
The Facta Universitatis, Series: Law and Politics is an open-access, semiannual, peer-reviewed international journal published by the University of Nis (Republic of Serbia). The journal publishes scientific papers dealing with a diverse range of law-related issues including public law, criminal law, trade law, international law, and more.
Vols. 30-31 Article 3 (2023)
Published by George Mason University
Subjects: Civil Rights, Generally; Constitutional Law, Generally; Courts; Legal History
The George Mason Law Review Forum is a student-run online publication that publishes on a rolling basis each year in conjunction with our print publication. The GMU Forum is a general interest forum committed to publishing short, timely articles in response to upcoming issues in the law. Interested authors are welcome to write a short, ten-to-twenty-page piece on a topic of their choice, or to partner with another author and submit short pieces with differing perspectives on the same topic.
Full Text: Vols. 1-25 (1994-2018)
Indexed: Vols. 1-30 (1994-2023)
Published by Taylor & Francis
Subjects: International Agencies, United Nations, International Law, Human Rights Law
International Peacekeeping is an international peer-reviewed journal that examines the theory, practice, outcomes, and consequences of peacekeeping operations throughout the world. Established in 1994, International Peacekeeping was the first scholarly journal devoted to studying the growing phenomenon of peacekeeping in the post-Cold War era. Since then it has set the agenda for research into peacekeeping.
Vols. 1-12 (2006-2023)
Published by Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (Touro Law Center)
Subjects: Race, Ethnicity, and the Law; Civil Rights, Generally; Constitutional Law, Generally
Touro Law Center’s Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity is a student-run online scholarly journal that provides a forum for legal issues related to race, gender, and ethnicity. Their mission is to publish legal and interdisciplinary scholarship that focuses primarily on race, gender, ethnicity, and any other topic that has an ancillary relation to those subjects. The Journal’s intended audience is primarily focused on professional academics, with a heavy focus on legal scholars.
Vols. 1-2 (2021-2022)
Published by Central European Academy
Subjects: Human Rights Law; Parents and Children; Constitutional Law, Generally
Law, Identity and Values aims to publish scholarly articles which are related to the particular values of the Central European region. The journal’s intended audience consists of academics, researchers, professionals, and students interested in the legal traditions and values of Central European countries.
6. NCTU Law Review
Full Text: Vols. 1-13; 1-9 (2004-2021) Title Varies: Vols. 1-13 (2004-2016) as Technology Law Review
Indexed: Vols. 1-13; 1-11 (2004-2022)
Published by the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University School of Law and Taiwan Technology Law Institute
Subjects: Intellectual Property Law; Copyright; Business and the Law; Science, Technology, and the Law
NCTU Law Review is a peer-edited journal that aims to serve as a platform for interdisciplinary dialogues, with the belief that jurisprudence should reflect social realities and strive for fairness and justice. Additionally, the journal desires to broaden its audience internationally, rather than limiting itself to the domestic legal field in Taiwan.
Vols. 1-2#2 (2022-2023)
Published by Legalopedia Educatinia (PVT) Ltd.
Subjects: Education Law, Human Rights Law, Gender and the Law, Criminal Law and Procedure
Pakistan Journal of Law, Analysis and Wisdom (PJLAW) is a biannual multidisciplinary journal focused on legal research that provides a platform for researchers, scholars, judges, and legal practitioners to publish high-quality research in the areas of law, social sciences, humanities, and Islamic banking and finance. Law: The journal welcomes papers on various fields of law, including but not limited to, criminal law, commercial law, corporate law, constitutional law, environmental law, family law, human rights law, intellectual property law, international law, labor law, and tax law. The journal welcomes research on the Islamic principles and practices of banking and finance, including but not limited to, Islamic banking and finance products, Islamic insurance (Takaful), Islamic capital markets, Islamic microfinance, and Islamic social finance.
Vol. 1 (2023)
Published by Tokat Gaziosmanpasa University, Faculty of Law
Subjects: Business and the Law, Commercial Law, Marriage and Couples, Alimony, Appeals
Tokat Gaziosmanpasa University Faculty of Law Journal aims to contribute to national and international literature with the published works it publishes and to support practice from a theoretical perspective. The intended audience of the journal consists of academics working in the field of law, as well as judges, prosecutors, and lawyers. The journal employs a double-blind peer-edited system for the evaluation of the published works.
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