Advanced Research Publications
International Journal of Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Studies

International Journal of Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Studies

  • Type of Journal: Peer Review & Refereed Journal
  • Frequency: Quarterly and printed Biannually
  • Publication fees: No fees for 2017-2018.
  • Available Format: Print
  • Hard Copy for Authors: Authors may purchase the print copy of the Journal at Rs. 1,000/- per copy and will get a certificate complimentary with the print copy.
  • Subscription Price for Institution/ Organization: Rs. 3500.00/ $350.00
  • Subscription Price for Individual: Rs. 0.00/ $0.00
  • Publication Fees: Rs. 0.00/ $0.00
Indexing Information:




Focus & Scope:

  • Anti-dumping and safeguards
  • Comparative constitutional law
  • Constitutional theory and policy
  • Constitutional rights
  • Constitutional politics
  • Constitutional freedoms
  • Corporate accountability
  • Competition law
  • Conflict of laws relating to marriage, adoption, surrogacy and custody of children
  • Colonialism and imperialism
  • Democratic deficit theory
  • Democracy and governance
  • Digital participation, e-democracy, e-governance
  • Emergent issues in international human rights law
  • EU constitutionalisation
  • Equality and discrimination
  • Ethnicity & religion
  • Globalisation and governance
  • Gender and women’s human rights
  • Human rights and the law
  • International constitutional law
  • International human rights protection
  • Intellectual property rights/trading
  • International investment law
  • International commercial law/enforcement of foreign judgments
  • Legal Information Design
  • Methodology of law
  • Migration and multiculturalism
  • Minorities and indigenous peoples
  • Philosophy of rights
  • Patent law
  • Public/private Law and Policy
  • Political parties and elections
  • Regulating the internet
  • Special issues of International Law
  • The turn to history in international law
  • Technology Policy and Law
  • Theory of rights
  • Transitional justice
  • The ecological crisis
  • The teaching, research and practice of international law

Focus & Scope:

  • Anti-dumping and safeguards
  • Comparative constitutional law
  • Constitutional theory and policy
  • Constitutional rights
  • Constitutional politics
  • Constitutional freedoms
  • Corporate accountability
  • Competition law
  • Conflict of laws relating to marriage, adoption, surrogacy and custody of children
  • Colonialism and imperialism
  • Democratic deficit theory
  • Democracy and governance
  • Digital participation, e-democracy, e-governance
  • Emergent issues in international human rights law
  • EU constitutionalisation
  • Equality and discrimination
  • Ethnicity & religion
  • Globalisation and governance
  • Gender and women’s human rights
  • Human rights and the law
  • International constitutional law
  • International human rights protection
  • Intellectual property rights/trading
  • International investment law
  • International commercial law/enforcement of foreign judgments
  • Legal Information Design
  • Methodology of law
  • Migration and multiculturalism
  • Minorities and indigenous peoples
  • Philosophy of rights
  • Patent law
  • Public/private Law and Policy
  • Political parties and elections
  • Regulating the internet
  • Special issues of International Law
  • The turn to history in international law
  • Technology Policy and Law
  • Theory of rights
  • Transitional justice
  • The ecological crisis
  • The teaching, research and practice of international law

Tags: International Law Journal, Journal on Human rights Journal on Constitutional Studies, Journal on Fundamental Rights Law Journal in English Anti-dumping and safeguards Comparative constitutional law Constitutional theory and policy Constitutional rights Constitutional politics Constitutional freedoms Corporate accountability Competition law Conflict of laws relating to marriage, adoption, surrogacy and custody of children Colonialism and imperialism Democratic deficit theory Democracy and governance Digital participation, e-democracy, e-governance Emergent issues in international human rights law EU constitutionalisation Equality and discrimination Ethnicity & religion Globalisation and governance Gender and women’s human rights Human rights and the law International constitutional law International human rights protection Intellectual property rights/trading International investment law International commercial law/enforcement of foreign judgments Legal Information Design Methodology of law Migration and multiculturalism Minorities and indigenous peoples Philosophy of rights Patent law Public/private Law and Policy Political parties and elections Regulating the internet Special issues of International Law The turn to history in international law Technology Policy and Law Theory of rights Transitional justice The ecological crisis The teaching, research and practice of international law

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