Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
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Theory and Practice of Legislation    
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Legisprudence (2007-2012)
ISSN: 1752-1467
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Price to U.S. academic institutions: $130

Same Subject Journals:
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
Legislation



Editor, Legisprudence. International Journal for the Study of Legislation
Vrijheidslaan 17 B-1081
Brussels
Belgium

Electronic submissions are preferred. Legisprudence is a refereed journal. Published by Hart Publishing, Oxford. Articles preferably focus on systematic (as opposed to historical) issues, including (but not limited to) utility and the necessity of codification, informatics in legislation, the use of scientific research in the creation of legislation, vague norms, the relation between law and language, creation and interpretation of law, fictions in legislation, the relation between the legislator and the judge, judicial review and problems of democracy, conflicts of norms from the point of view of the legislator, the exponential growth of legislation, evaluation of legislation, effectivity, efficacy and efficiency of legislative rules, multi-lingual legislation, access to legislation, constitutionalism, legalism, principles of legislation, rights and legislation, legislative technique, the concept of the state, separation of powers, the primacy of politics, regulation management, legitimation of law.
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