About the journal
Aims and scope
The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence (UCLJLJ) is a law edited and published by graduate (Masters and PhD) students of UCL Faculty of Laws. The Journal publishes scholarly contributions from academics, researchers and practitioners, as well as showcasing outstanding research of post-graduate students at UCL. It accepts submissions in all areas of law and jurisprudence, reflecting the diverse and innovative areas of research at UCL Laws, and its distinguished tradition of legal philosophy. The Journal is a generalist publication, but runs occasional themed issues. The Board of Editors assesses all submissions through a double blind peer review.
Since 2015, it has been published twice annually and is available through open access. We do not accept submissions via email.
The UCL Open Access Student Journals programme works with subject specific indexers to deposit published articles in relevant repositories and search databases. Articles published in UCLJLJ are indexed in the following:
- Google Scholar
- Hein Online
- Portico digital archive
- UCL Discovery
Open access policy
All articles published in UCLJLJ are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC-BY) 4.0 international licence agreement (read the licence here) and published open access, making them immediately and freely available to read and download. The CC-BY licence agreement allows authors to retain copyright while allowing others to copy, distribute, and make some uses of the work.
Further information regarding this can be found at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 and licensing terms and conditions can be found in the UCL Open Access Student Journals Editorial Policy.
UCLJLJ operates double blind peer review, where both the reviewers and authors are anonymised during review. Authors should submit an anonymous version of the manuscript, stripped of all identifying references to the author(s) for peer review.
Further information regarding peer review can be found on the editorial policy pages.
Article publication charges (APC)
UCL Open Access Student Journals do not levy an Article-Processing Charge (APC) for submission or publication in UCLJLJ. Contributors to UCLJLJ will not be required to make an APC payment for submission or publication of their article.
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