Journals on Criminal Law

British Journal of Criminology
http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/

They have an incredibly diverse publishing programme, which often surprises people who are expecting a traditional university press offering.

They publish in many countries, in more than 40 languages, and in a variety of formats–print and digital.

Their products cover an extremely broad academic and educational spectrum, and we aim to make our content available to our users in whichever format suits them best.

They publish for all audiences–from pre-school to secondary level schoolchildren; students to academics; general readers to researchers; individuals to institutions.

As a department of the University of Oxford their worldwide publishing furthers the University's objectives of excellence in scholarship, research, and education. Their main criteria when evaluating a new title for publication are its quality and whether it supports those aims of furthering education and disseminating knowledge.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
http://www.ijci.eu/

The International Journal of Criminal Investigation (IJCI) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of original research papers in forensic sciences. IJCI it is an open access journal. IJCI publishes original research papers, review articles, survey articles and book and project reviews in all areas dedicated to criminal investigation and related areas.

The American Journal of Criminal Law
http://ajclonline.org/

AJCL is one of the nation’s longest running and most prolific legal serial publications, serving as vanguard to top student-edited legal journals devoted to criminal law. AJCL is published by the students of the University of Texas School of Law.

THE HOWARD JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2311

The Howard League for Penal Reform is the oldest penal reform charity in Europe. It was established in 1866 and is named after John Howard, one of the first prison reformers. The Howard League is entirely independent of government and is wholly funded by voluntary donations. The League works for humane and rational reform of the penal system. The League research and comment on criminal justice policy and practice, holding conferences and debates, publishing books and reports. They also run projects in schools and prisons, such as the Citizenship and Crime Project which helped to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour by young people. Since 1997, this project has worked with nearly 9,000 children aged 13-14 in 61 secondary schools across London.

OFFCIAL JOURNAL OF THE WESTERN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
http://wcr.sonoma.edu/

The Western Criminology Review (WCR) is a forum for the publication and discussion of theory, research, policy and practice in the rapidly changing and interdisciplinary fields of criminology and criminal justice. The journal is intended to reflect local (Western), national and international concerns. Historical and contemporary perspectives are welcome, as are diverse methodological approaches. Manuscripts that rely upon text and tables are welcome. Authors who use other resources permitted on the internet--e.g., graphics, hypertext links, etc., are also welcome. The publication and distribution of articles will also be accompanied by electronic commentary and discussion.

THE HOWARD JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2311

The Howard League for Penal Reform is the oldest penal reform charity in Europe. It was established in 1866 and is named after John Howard, one of the first prison reformers. The Howard League is entirely independent of government and is wholly funded by voluntary donations. The League works for humane and rational reform of the penal system. The League research and comment on criminal justice policy and practice, holding conferences and debates, publishing books and reports. They also run projects in schools and prisons, such as the Citizenship and Crime Project which helped to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour by young people. Since 1997, this project has worked with nearly 9,000 children aged 13-14 in 61 secondary schools across London.

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN – AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW

AJCL is one of the nation’s longest running and most prolific legal serial publications, serving as vanguard to top student-edited legal journals devoted to criminal law. AJCL is published by the students of the University of Texas School of Law.

War Crimes, Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity
http://www.war-crimes.org

War Crimes, Genocide, and Crime against Humanity is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, open access journal dedicated to understanding the conceptualization, etiology, and prevention of violations of international criminal and humanitarian law. The journal is published in both online and print formats. The journal emphasizes socio-legal and criminological approaches, but solicits manuscripts from other disciplines that address causes, impacts, prevention, redress, and pedagogy related to its subject matter. The editors also welcome review essays which summarize recent scholarly literature. Our intended audience is the international community of scholars and practitioners devoted to understanding and preventing crimes against humanity.