Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
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African Journal of Legal Studies    
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ISSN: 1708-7384
For full-text try Homepage above, or W&L journal finder
Price to U.S. academic institutions: $0

Same Subject Journals:
African Law
Human Rights

    CAUTION: see exclusive-submissions policy

Requires exclusive submission. E-mail submissions are preferred. Articles should normally range between 8,500 and 11,000 words. The journal focuses on human rights, good governance, democracy and rule of law issues in Africa. AJLS is a refereed journal. As of Volume 4, issue 1, the African Journal of Legal Studies, is published by Martinus Nijhoff. AJLS began in 2004 as an online publication under the auspices of the African Law Institute, and the editorship of its president, Dr. Charles Jalloh.
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