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Background

In this call for papers, we invite you to submit your papers for publication in the maiden edition of the Special Journal of Laws. Papers will be accepted till the end of November because the Special Journal of Laws Publishes tow editions in a year.

The advantage of this call for papers is that all papers accepted for publication will be published online on rolling bases until the period elapses in line with online publishing and different from print publishing that waits till the end of the period before publishing the volume.

In this call for papers, the first ten manuscripts to be accepted in this call for papers will receive 95% of the regular US$ 250 off discount to get the papers published.  Paper types include but not limited to – research papers, short communication, and letters to editors, reviews, meta-analysis, case reports, book chapters, book reviews, and many others. Submit your paper here…

What We Publish

Background

The call for papers for the Special Journal of Laws defines the broad limit of what it can accept for publication. Since law issues can happen in all the parts of the society and community, this makes it hard to define a particular scope for a Law Journal. 

We are therefore willing to accept:

Papers on Human Rights, Armed Conflicts, and the Law of Peace and Security with Relevant research topics  

Call for papers on Human rights and global justice;

  1. Root causes of armed conflicts, conflict prevention, and measures to address gender-based violence;
  2. Relationship between international human rights, IHL, and international criminal law; protection of persons and objects under IHL; reparations for serious violations of human rights and IHL;

Call for papers on Privatization of war and human rights

  1. Privatization of war and the law on international responsibility;
  2. Drones, autonomous weapons, and other new military technologies;
  3. International criminal justice and human rights protection;
  4. Interpretation, development, and enforcement of human rights and IHL by international criminal courts and tribunals and by regional courts;

Call for papers on Human rights in emergencies

  1. Human rights in the context of an emergency situation (riots and internal disturbances);
  2. Peace missions and humanitarian operations by the UN and regional organizations;
  3. Institutional and other aspects of the responsibility to protect doctrine;
  4. Transitional justice and societal transformation processes in post-conflict societies;

Call for papers on Humanitarianism and conflict resolution

  1. Humanitarianism, humanitarian assistance, and conflict resolution;
  2. Legal pluralism and traditional forms of conflict resolution and accountability;

Active citizenship and  societal transformation

  1. Role of active citizenship and participation in societal transformation processes in post-conflict societies;
  2. Domestic implementation of international human rights and IHL;
  3. Counter-terrorism, prevention of radicalization, and human rights.
  4. Papers on the punishment, penology and criminal law with details in

Call for papers on Criminal law and criminal proceedings.

  • The legitimacy of punishment:
  • Normative and empirical investigations of different views of punishment,
  • criminalization- and legislative processes at both national and international level and
  • the possibilities and limitations of legitimate state power in practice

Call for papers on Sociology of punishment

  1. The everyday sociology of punishment: The practice of punishment, everyday life in prison, and the experiences of inmates and employees.
  2. Punishment and globalization processes: The national state’s handling of foreign prisoners and the emergence of international criminal law and international assistance for judicial development.
  3. Various forms of punishment: In addition to imprisonment, other penal sanctions such as fines and community service, as well as more “punitive” phenomena from, for example, immigration- and administrative law

Other scopes of Special Journal of Laws including but not limited to

Call for papers on Companies, Markets, and Sustainability

  • Papers within our scope on Companies, Markets, and Sustainability including the law relevant for companies as business entities and as objects of public policy with an emphasis on a deeper understanding of the law and its role in shaping markets and companies and their interaction with economic, social and environmental sustainability.

Contract Law

  • Papers within our scope on Contract Law including the interaction between national and international development trends in light of constitutional theory and practice

Call for papers on Constitutional Law

  • Papers on Constitutional Law and Rights including the interaction between national and international development trends in light of constitutional theory and practice.
  • Papers on Constitutional Studies including the historical and political context, and also in a comparative perspective, that is in the light of the constitutions of countries and of some fundamental ideological criteria for constitutional government leading to a focus on central subjects such as administrative law, welfare law, and philosophy of law.
  • Papers on Constitutional Studies that studies the constitutional law of countries not only in its historical and political context but even in a comparative perspective, that is in the light of the constitutions of those countries and of some fundamental ideological criteria for constitutional government.

Call for papers on Dispute resolution

  • Papers on Dispute resolution is an increasingly central part of lawyers’ work. Alongside studies of traditional civil procedures, mechanisms for alternative dispute resolution have received overwhelming attention as both practical and scholarly subjects.
  • Papers on dispute resolution which is inherently interdisciplinary and international including how changes in dispute resolution processes have had a particularly significant impact on lawyers’ roles, professional ethics, and commitments to carry out socially responsible work.
  • Papers within our scope on dispute resolution with details on the following research areas: Civil procedure, Negotiation and Mediation, Arbitration, Rhetoric, narrative, and visualization in legal contexts, Legal risk management, and the legal profession, Ethics in negotiations and dispute, resolution (with attention to relevant normative and empirical questions

Call for papers on Forum for law and social science

  • Papers within our scope on the forum for law and social science with details on the use of social science theories and methods to study law and legal actors, institutions, discourses, and processes.

Use of social sciences in explaining the origins and patterns of the legal phenomenon

Papers within our scope on the use of social sciences in explaining

  • the origins and patterns of the legal phenomenon,
  • providing different approaches to conceptualizing,
  • describing, interpreting,
  • predicting and critically analyzing legal discourse and institutions, and
  • offering a theoretically and empirically-informed approach to making recommendations for regulatory reform and policy change. 

Call for papers on Human Rights and Sustainable Development.

  • Papers within our scope on the normative, legal, institutional, political and policy analyses of such interconnections of Human Rights and Sustainable Development.
  • Papers within our scope that explores how these processes impact on human rights, and, reciprocally, how human rights norms give important direction to development.

Business and Human Rights

  • Papers within our scope on Business and Human Rights that deals with the role of non-state actors, and the responsibilities of commercial actors for human rights.

Call for papers on Shrinking Political Space and laws

  • Papers within our scope on Shrinking Political Space that deal with the increased number of laws and policies curtailing the work of human rights defenders worldwide.  

Sustainability and Poverty:

  • Papers on Sustainability and Poverty: ‘the right to the city’ and an adequate standard of living in a rapidly urbanizing world.

Call for papers on Economic, social and cultural human rights

  • Papers that explore economic, social and cultural human rights using legal and other social science approaches including poverty, marginalization and increasing inequalities within and across states are serious human rights concerns,  

Governance and socio-economic rights fulfillment.

  • Papers on the policy and institutional perspectives on such threats and challenges related to respecting and implementing human rights include research on governance and the inter-relationship between types of governance regimes and socio-economic rights fulfillment.

Call for papers on Labor Laws and employment

  • Papers on Labour Law and Working Life, labor and employment law with details in Contract law pertaining to employment contracts as well as collective agreements as the cornerstone, including elements of public law as well as additional aspects of private law, conflict of laws, and international law.

Law, Economy, and Governance

  • Papers on Law, Economy, and Governance with details on the relationship between the exercise of public power and legal rules and institutions as conditions of economic activity with emphasis on public and administrative law and economic regulation.  

Call for papers on Law, Society and Historical Change

  • Papers on Law, Society and Historical Change with details on the relationship between the exercise of public power and legal rules and institutions as conditions of economic activity including public and administrative law and economic regulation
  • Papers on the Law, Economy, and Governance (LEGO) with details on how best to gather and create an environment for research on legal rules as institutional conditions of economic activity, straddling different institutes at the faculty.  

Call for papers on Markets Innovations and competition

  • Papers on Markets, Innovation, and Competition with details on Antitrust or competition law, intellectual property law, the law of unfair competition and EU/EEA internal market law with the main activity being the regulation of market conditions as well as enforcement of the law, both through studies of “remedies” as well as through an institutional approach where the competences of different authorities are considered.

Fundamental values and rights during Migration

  • Papers on issues around the phenomenon, migration as multifaceted with legal, social, demographic, political and economic aspects with emphasis on fundamental values and rights, and about exclusion and inclusion.
  • Papers how best to build on and strengthen the collaboration across the Faculty. This means making migration law central to issues far beyond what is normally conceived as migration research, e.g. refugee and asylum law.  

Call for papers on Environmental and Property Laws

  • Papers within our scope on the interrelated fields of property law, national and international environmental law, energy and climate law, indigenous peoples’ right to natural resources, and law-and-economics for nature management and the environment including with issues of legal history and philosophy of law as they relate to the management of natural resources and environmental protection.
  • Papers on Environmental law with details on the effect of their practices on the environment showing the laws and standards that would protect the environment from public and private actions.

Natural Resources Management  Laws

  • Papers within our scope on the development of new research and research methods concerning the management of natural resources and the environment, across traditional legal disciplines including use of general and strategic approach to studying natural resources and environmental law in the context of “relationships” including but not limited to: the relationship between private law issues and public law regulation, the relationship between environmental law and economic law or “sector law”, and the relationship between national and international law.

Welfare, Rights, and discrimination

  • Papers within our scope on Welfare, rights, and discrimination with details in the welfare rights of individuals in times of change and the significance of the non-discrimination principle and the right to equality and self-determination for the status of the individual in terms of welfare rights, both generally and specifically.

Constitutional laws on States and Federal Government relationship

  • Papers within our scope on constitutional law depicting deep understanding of the country’s Constitution in order to understand its every possible interpretation and implementation with an emphasis on how to preserve the relationships between state and federal governments (as well as the internal relationships) and protect the rights of the individual as well drawing heavily from rulings made in the Supreme Court.

Criminal law that on government prosecution 

  • Papers on Criminal law that revolves around governmental prosecution of anyone who is purported to have committed a criminal act, as defined by public law with detailed on why an act cannot be classified as a crime if no precedent has been set by either governmental statute or common law, and suits between two individuals or organizations are considered to be civil, rather than criminal cases.
  • Papers within our scope on Patents that grant an inventor a limited period of exclusive rights to a human-made invention or an improvement on an existing invention, providing a Trademark Office deems it worthy of both technical and legal merit as well as allowing for the protection of every aspect of discovery, from the ornamental design to the processing methods.

Intellectual property (IP) law

  • Papers within our scope on Intellectual property (IP) law that deals with the acquisition and enforcement of patents, trademarks, and copyrights made of three subdivisions: Patent law (focuses on inventions and technology, Trademark law is designed to defend an individual’s or a company’s investment in any distinguishing name, symbol or device and Copyright law deal with the protection of literary, artistic and musical works.

Bankruptcy laws

  • Papers on Bankruptcy laws that deal with debtors (individuals or businesses who owe a debt) or creditors (individuals or businesses to whom the debt is owed) with attention on financial documents and drafting motions and other filings.  
  • Papers on Business law or  “commercial” or “corporate” law with details on all issues that impact businesses including but not limited to the strategic creation of a new entity, and the handling of subsequent issues impacting that entity. Such papers may take a multidisciplinary approach that includes: Tax law, Intellectual property law, Bankruptcy law, Real estate law, Contract law, and Employment law
  • Papers within our scope in the protection and expansion of people’s civil rights with skills from Constitutional law; Disability law; Race and the law; Housing discrimination; Mediation and Trial advocacy

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