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International Journal of Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Studies

Bibliographic Information

Official Publications : Advanced Research Publications
Frequency: Bi-Annual
Publishing Since: 2016
Origin: India
Language: English

Scope of the Journal

The International Journal of Law, Human Rights, and Constitutional Studies (IJoLHRCS), part of the Advanced Research Publications portfolio, is a dedicated platform for contemporary discussions in constitutional law and global human rights protection. Our aim is to serve as a dynamic space for educators, legal professionals, jurists, and human rights advocates to access innovative insights, stay abreast of developments, and explore solutions to present and future challenges.

IJoLHRCS places a strong emphasis on pertinent topics such as current economic and political crises, globalized democratic governance, human rights, public policies, the theory and philosophy of rights, comparative constitutional law, and legal methodologies. By facilitating the sharing and discussion of cutting-edge articles, the journal aims to contribute to high-quality research. The scope of the journal encompasses various article types, including Research Articles, Review Articles, Methodology Articles, Short Communications, Case Study/Case Reports, Research Reports, Monographs, Special Issues, Editorials, and Scientific Commentaries. We welcome multidisciplinary contributions that bring together diverse perspectives and backgrounds.
All published articles undergo a rigorous peer-review process, and the decision to publish is made collaboratively by the Editor-in-Chief, section editors, and reviewers. IJoLHRCS is committed to fostering a deeper understanding of legal and human rights disciplines and encourages quantitative comparisons and evaluations of emerging components within these domains. Join us in exploring the complexities and advancements in law, human rights, and constitutional studies on a global scale.

Indexing Information: ISA, DRJI, ESJI, Jour informatics, SIS, BASE, IFSIJ, JSTOR, Infobase index, OAJI.

International Journal of Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Studies

Indexing Information