SAGE International Law Package
SAGE has been part of the global academic community since 1965, supporting quality research that transforms society and the understanding of individuals, groups, and cultures. They are committed to working together with publishing partners and the scholarly community to support the growing needs and dissemination of pivotal research.
SAGE is the world’s 5th largest journals publisher. Their portfolio includes more than 1,000 journals spanning the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Technology, and Medicine, and more than 400 are published on behalf of learned societies and institutions.
SAGE Journals in HeinOnline
HeinOnline recently reached a new agreement with Sage Publications to bring selected Sage journal content to HeinOnline. There are 34 titles available in the Law Journal Library with a three-year embargo, and now current content will be available for the majority of these journals through four packages.
Common Law World Review
Common Law World Review seeks to be a forum for in-depth analysis of major legal developments throughout the common law world. To this end, a distinguished team of Corresponding Editors has been brought together to ensure that there is proper consideration of significant legal developments from all parts of the common law world.
International Criminal Justice Review
International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is dedicated to presenting system-wide trends and problems on crime and justice worldwide. ICJR provides a forum for social scientists to report research findings for policy making with respect to crime and justice through innovative and advanced methodologies. The journal provides a comparative and international overview of law, crime and justice from a cross-cultural perspective.
International Journal of Discrimination and the Law
The International Journal of Discrimination and the Law is a peer-reviewed journal which encompasses a wide range of areas of discrimination including racism and sex discrimination, the treatment of asylum-seekers and refugees, issues of immigration and nationality, discrimination on grounds of disability, sexual or political orientation, age and ill-health, in relation to access to employment, housing, education and other services. The provisions and operation of anti-discrimination law and problems with existing provisions and procedures are critically examined. Reviews of recent literature and decisions from a number of jurisdictions and reports and advance information on major conferences are also published.
International Journal of Evidence & Proof
The International Journal of Evidence and Proof is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which aspires to be a truly international, interdisciplinary forum for reporting, evaluating and debating the latest developments in evidence law, proof and procedure broadly conceived. E & P aims to publish articles, case notes and reviews of the highest calibre on any topic of evidentiary significance. Contributions may address any type of legal process (civil, criminal, administrative, disciplinary etc.), utilising theoretical, doctrinal or critical methodologies or perspectives, and may relate to any legal jurisdiction, whether municipal, international regional or global.
International Journal of Police Science & Management
The International Journal of Police Science & Management publishes original empirical work, conceptual articles and theoretical overviews or reviews, as well as articles on good practice or practice evaluation. It seeks to encourage practitioners as well as academics to submit material for publication with a view to advancing knowledge, disseminating good practice and fostering the scientific study of the police and policing.
International Social Work
International Social Work is a scholarly peer reviewed journal designed to extend knowledge and promote communication in the fields of social development, social welfare and human services. Its major focus is on international themes in the delivery of services.
The Prison Journal (TPJ), peer-reviewed and published six times a year, is a central forum for studies, ideas, and discussions of adult and juvenile confinement, treatment interventions, and alternative sanctions. Exploring broad themes of punishment and correctional intervention, TPJ advances theory, research, policy and practice. Also provides descriptive and evaluative accounts of innovative programs and policies, state-of-the-art surveys and reviews, and legal and historical analysis.