You may submit a manuscript to The Law and Justice Online
Journal on any Law and Justice topic, including Legal Studies, Criminal Justice,
Law and Society, Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Law and Politics,
Traditional law review articles written from a doctrinal or
normative perspective are strongly discouraged. So are articles written
for legal practitioners.
especially welcomes articles from University students enrolled in a Law
and Justice program.
must be in English and may not have been previously published.
students submitted as part of a course requirement are welcome.
does not require a particular style of referencing. The only requirement
is that a chosen style be maintained consistently throughout the article.
required, the Journal recommends authors to follow this style and
sure that your paper is original and all the ideas and language are yours
or are properly credited.
include a short biographical note about you and co-authors, if any.
copyright of contributions remains with the authors. However, authors are
expected to give the explicit permission to the Journal to publish the
article and to let Higher Education institutions to make copies of their
articles for classroom use, and to organizations to archive online and
link to the article in accordance with the principles of Open Access.
The author of an article published in the Journal is free to
offer the article for publication elsewhere, provided proper reference is
made to its publication in the Law and Justice Online Journal.
the Journal may be submitted by electronic mail to the Editors.
solicited and unsolicited contributions are subjected to peer review.