Category Archives: Legal journals & indexing services

African legal resources

The LawBod has strengthened its online African resources – as well as renewing subscriptions we have added a Nigerian database. What’s new? A database called Electronic Law Companion from the Nigerian legal publisher  Funmi Quadri & Co.  Current OU students and faculty wishing to use it will have to pick up a special username and… Read More »

Welcome OUULJ

Or to give it the dignity of its full name  The Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal. The inaugural issue is now available – as a free pdf. Details of the contents are below: English Law and the Doctrine of Abuse of Rights Mateusz Krauze Life After Bankovic and Al-Skeini v UK: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Under the… Read More »

Law journals from France

The new OU subscription to journals on  CAIRN.INFO includes  Revues en Droit The 9 law titles are: Archives de politique criminelle, Droit et société, Nouveaux Cahiers du Conseil constitutionnel, Plein droit, Pouvoirs, Revue francaise de droit constitutionnel Revue internationale de droit économique Revue internationale de droit pénal Clearly they are linked by place and language… Read More »

New free access jurisprudence journal

Kent Law School has announced the birth of new open access journal “feminists@law is a peer-reviewed online journal which aims to publish critical, interdisciplinary, theoretically engaged scholarship that extends feminist debates and analyses relating to law and justice (broadly conceived).  It has a particular interest in critical and theoretical approaches and perspectives that draw upon postcolonial, transnational… Read More »