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Griffith law review: law theory society

Abbreviation: Griffith Law Rev. Law Theory Soc.

Copyright: Griffith Law School, Griffith University
Published by: Informa - Taylor and Francis Group

Publisher Location: Nathan, QLD, Australia

Journal Website:

Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2009; 18(2) -- 2016; 25(1)

Publication Date Range: 1992 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 3
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pISSN = 1038-3441 | eISSN = 1839-4205
OCLC = 27109917

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Journal Language(s): English

Aims and Scope (from publisher): The Griffith Law Review: Law Theory Society is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the socio-legal, inter-disciplinary, critical and theoretical study of law. The Griffith Law Review has a proud history of publishing innovative and engaging socio-legal, inter-disciplinary and critical legal research. Our focus is international and we engage with worldwide issues and agendas.

The Griffith Law Review was launched in 1992 - the same year its host facility, Griffith Law School began its undergraduate teaching program. The journal promotes critical engagement in legal studies and a focus on the social, cultural, theoretical and aesthetic dimensions of law.

The Griffith Law Review publishes four issues per volume/year: one/two themed (symposium) issues and two/three non-themed (general) issues.

In 2013 the Griffith Law Review inaugurated Open Space, a new forum for alternative pieces of scholarship, such as interviews, reports on conferences attended, creative works, and photo essays. Open Space aims to foster cutting edge non-traditional legal inquiry in keeping with the journal’s focus on interdisciplinary, socio-legal, theoretical and critical legal scholarship. Contributions to Open Space are reviewed by our Academic Editors.

As part of its commitment to social and critical engagement in legal scholarship, the Griffith Law Review also publishes book reviews. Book reviews consonant with the journal’s aims and scope are also reviewed by our Academic Editors.