Andrews, Penny; Hertogh, Marc; Holder, Jane; Nelken, David
March 2014
International Journal of Law in Context;Mar2014, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The authors discuss their ambitions for "International Journal of Law in Context" (IJLC) The authors say that their ambitions are to establish the IJLC as a global journal, to develop it into an open forum for research and academic research, and to publish an interdisciplinary research. They state that they aim to offer opportunities to young scholars and to publish papers about law and its relationship with several disciplines including science, literature, and humanities.


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