Role of Law Related Journals

Are you pursuing your PhD in law? If yes, then you’ve actually made the right decision. By drafting a brilliant law dissertation, you can actually play your individual role in enhancing the knowledge base of students who are thinking about building a career in law.

Publishing law dissertations is yet another important criterion among doctoral students who’ve opted for attaining a doctorate degree in law studies. Journals are actually publications issued at regular intervals and refer to peer –reviewed serious scholarly publication written for an educated audience about an industry or area of professional activity.A law review (or law journal) is a scholarly journal focusing on legal issues, normally published by an organization of students at a law school or through a bar association.

I know some of you might be wondering as to what role is exactly played by these law-related journals. Well, for all those who aren’t familiar with it, here is a brief:

Law journals aim to deepen and broaden the knowledge of the rule of law and its relation to economic growth, reduction of poverty, promotion of democracy, human rights protection and geopolitical stability. These journals also invite and publish academic articles, practitioner reports and commentary, book reviews and special volumes on major developments and themes in the rule of law field.

Some law review journals also build on a rich tradition of scholarship aimed at exploring issues of national as well as local significance to scholars, legislators, jurists, and practitioners. Others also provide timely legal information of national importance to attorneys. The legal news on legal significance to the corporate world and private sectors is also reported for better understanding to the business individuals.