Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
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International Journal of Legal Information Design    
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ISSN: 1750-8142     eISSN: 1750-8150
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Same Subject Journals:
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
Science, Technology and Computing



    CAUTION: see exclusive-submissions policy

Requires exclusive submission. Accepts e-mail submissions. The International Journal of Legal Information Design is a refereed journal. It aims to explore the cultural, economic, legal, social, and technological foundations of (re)designing legal information as well as the historical basis of (re)designing legal information. Moreover, the purpose of IJLID is to debate new legislation regarding the (re)design of legal information, particularly with regard to the multicoding potential of the new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Here, multicoding potential refers to the capacity of ICT to encode information verbally, iconically, and acoustically.
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