Juridical Review is Scotland's leading refereed law journal, giving you the confidence that the contents are of the highest quality. Edited by Professor Jane Mair it consists of four issues per year, each comprising coverage and comment on the latest cases and most important decisions.
Covering a Diverse Range of Topics Juridical Review examines a wide range of issues and topics, many of which are not explored in other journals, making it an invaluable source of reference.
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THE JURIDICAL REVIEW: Contributor Information & Editorial Policy
The Juridical Review was established in 1889 and it is the Law Journal of the Scottish Universities. The primary focus of The Juridical Review is Scots law, defined broadly, and it welcomes contributions which engage with Scots law whether within a domestic or international context. Reflecting the wide range of research which is relevant to Scots law and Scots lawyers, The Juridical welcomes interdisciplinary and socio-legal scholarship and writing which looks not only at the principles of law but at law in practice.
The Juridical Review is open to submissions of high quality from authors at any stage in their research career and it welcomes contributions and comment from practitioners and policymakers.
The journal aims to publish academic writing of the highest quality and operates a rigorous system of peer review. In addition to articles, the journal has a Case and Comment section where it publishes shorter analyses of important decisions, legislation, reports and wider policy development. It also includes a review section for scholarly appraisal of recently published books.
Articles should not exceed 10,000 words. Contributions to Case and Comment should be in the range of 2,000–3,000 words and book reviews 1,500 words. Submissions should be made in accordance with the Guidelines for Authors - available under the contributor information tab.
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