An Avenue for Student Scholarship
Aim and Scope
The Law and Justice Online Journal publishes articles relating to Law and Justice topics. The Journal has been created as an avenue for student scholarship. It welcomes articles from students enrolled in any University law program, including Legal Studies, Law and Justice, Criminal Justice, and Law and Society. The Journal has a cross-cultural focus, and encourages submissions which deal with Law and Justice topics in diverse legal traditions. It has a broad content both in terms of historical and spatial dimensions. The Journal is student-edited with minimal faculty supervision. Involvement with the editorial process provides students with invaluable insight into the academic publishing world.
The editors welcome the submission of original and unpublished articles, book reviews, correspondence, comments, and discussion within the aim and scope of the Journal. Contributions may also be solicited by the editors. All contributions are subject to a peer-reviewed process. The Law and Justice Online Journal adheres to the Open Access Principles.
Dr. Julian Hermida, Algoma University, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
David De Francesco
The views and opinions expressed in the articles the Journal are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the editors, the reviewers, or the publisher. The Journal is not responsible for the content of any article.
It is the sole responsibility of authors to obtain permission for quotations, illustrations, tables and diagrams, etc. (where required), and to pay permission fees, if applicable.