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Bulletin of the Transilvania University of BraÅŸov, Series VII : Social Sciences and Law publishes papers in various subjects including sociology, anthropology, psychology, pedagogy, social work, law, philosophy and history.
Celebrating its 44th anniversary, the Akron Law Review is a scholarly legal publication of The University of Akron School of Law that produces an annual volume of four issues for use by scholars, practitioners, and judges. In 2010, the Akron Law Review was ranked #39 out of over 200 ABA-accredited and major foreign general, student-edited journals on the Washington and Lee impact rankings (based in citations per issue). This is the fifth consecutive year the Akron Law Review was in the top 50. We accept articles on all issues. Prior symposiums have focused on professional responsibility, summary judgment, complex litigation, elder law, judicial elections, and education law. Members of the Akron Law Review contribute to the publication by editing the articles selected for publication and by writing their own notes and comments. By editing selected articles, staff members improve their own editing, writing, and citation skills while being exposed to different areas of law. The Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board oversee the selection, editing, and publication process.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network promotes the human rights of people living with and vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, in Canada and internationally, through research and analysis, advocacy and litigation, public education and community mobilization.
The Forensic Panel is the premier forensic science practice in the United States. We consult on psychiatry and behavioural sciences, neuropsychology, pathology, toxicology, neuroradiology, medicine and emergency medicine issues in civil and criminal courts. Attorneys come to us from all over the world seeking definitive answers. Our attention to detail, dogged pursuit of evidence (both available and hidden), and sophisticated interviewing and investigative skills lead us to the last word. Even in the most hotly contested disputes. The Forensic Panel’s written reports and testimony are recognized for their highest standard of clarity, depth and objectivity.
As the first forensic science practice to apply peer-review oversight, The Forensic Panel advances the integrity of forensic science. We provide the most authoritative assessments through a rigorous protocol that safeguards the validity of our findings and adds to their impact.
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Aggression in Adults; Behavioral Sciences; Criminological Psychology; Criminology &Delinquency;Criminology - Law; Criminology and Criminal Justice; Ethics & Legal issues in Mental Health;Forensic Psychiatry; Law; Mental Health; Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology - Adult; Psychological Disorders - Adult; Psychological Science; Social Psychology; Social Sciences
Priory Medical Journals were founded in 1994 and are the world's first web based medical journals. The first of our journals was Psychiatry On-Line, our second Medicine Online in early January 1995. Each medical journal is available free to all medical and nursing staff. The readership of our Medical Journals is worldwide. This is an independent set of medical journals devoted to research papers, review papers and other medical works. We are keen to publish new articles in our medical journals subject to peer review.
Faculty members renowned for their scholarship and commitment to teaching; academically rigorous courses; loyal, successful alumni; and motivated, focused students. We consider all of these to be essential components of the Quinnipiac University School of Law, but they do not complete the picture.
What sets Quinnipiac apart is the way we help you develop the skills, acquire the knowledge and discover the personal strengths that will determine the kind of lawyer you will be. Skilled. Ethical. Successful.
The Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy, or HJHLP, is committed to providing a scholarly forum for the interdisciplinary exploration of the full range of issues in health law and policy.We are dedicated to publishing the nation's preeminent journal devoted exclusively to health law and policy issues. The Journal publishes two issues of professional and student-authored pieces each year. The symposium issue focuses on an emerging and important issue in health care law and policy. The Journal's fall issue includes professional articles on a variety of topics, as well as student articles.In addition, prospective authors will find that the student editors of the Journal are professional, knowledgeable, and sensitive to the need for timely publication. Many of the student editors are also health care professionals, holding degrees of M.D., M.P.H., R.N., and licensed professional counsellors.
The Internet Journal of Law, Healthcare and Ethics is a multidisciplinary journal addressing current issues at the intersection of law, healthcare and ethics. IJLHE seeks high quality submissions that are timely and cutting edge that will generate discussion and promote further inquiry. Authors can expect a rapid turnaround of decisions on submissions. Because IJLHE is an open access journal, all articles will be available on the internet to reach a broad audience. The Journal covers a variety of bioethical topics in the following areas: health law & policy, neuroethics and nanoethics, emerging technologies, philosophy and ethics in healthcare, philosophy & health care ethics, public health & policy. This is a peer reviewed journal. All articles are reviewed by experienced reviewers who make every effort to provide constructive feedback to help authors improve their work. All published articles are archived by Internet Scientific Publications LLC and recognized by The Library of Congress Catalog of Publications. All our journals are either fully or partially indexed with Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ, Google Scholar, Embase, Scopus, Cinahl, Ebsco, Gale, J-Gate, Open J-Gate, Socolar, and Index Copernicus.
Our story began more than 100 years ago. That’s when the Indiana Law School was founded as part of the newly minted University of Indianapolis. In 1936 the school merged with the Benjamin Harrison Law School. In 1944 the school became affiliated with Indiana University and received a new name—the Indianapolis Division of the IU School of Law. The following year, the school moved into the Maennerchor Building, an architectural landmark in Indianapolis that housed the school until 1970.In 1968 we became autonomous and were renamed the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis—a name we kept until being renamed the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2011.
The "Journal of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology" is the official publication of the Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, published annually since 2001. Dr. R. K. Gorea writes "Mortuary is one such place in our country which is the most neglected site of the hospital usually at most of the places". Who is to be blamed? We have to do some introspection. The most important thing in my mind come that probably we have never asked our hospital authorities to provide us within trained and educated assistants. At most of the place we rely mostly on the untrained illiterate peons or sweeper. This is the scenario which needs to be changed. At least forensically trained nurses or pharmacist should be employed in the mortuaries and if they are not able we should train them. We should not lag behind and should try to implement the new ideas and make our mortuaries like operation theatre to protect ourselves, our staff and public from highly communication diseases like AIDS, hepatitis, etc.
Established in 1997 by a group of enterprising and ambitious students under the stewardship of Dr. Clark C. Johnson, the Michigan State University Journal of Medicine and Law is a biannual publication dedicated to advancing legal scholarship in the medical-legal field. The Journal is the only student-reviewed medical-legal specialty journal in Michigan and one of only approximately ten in the nation. Although the look and the membership of the Journal have changed throughout the years, the mission of the Journal has remained the same. The imperative of the Journal was and is to enrich medical-legal scholarship by encouraging doctors, attorneys, professors, and students to publish well-reasoned and thought-provoking articles on cutting edge and controversial topics in the health law field. The Journal also seeks to influence judicial opinions, legislation, and public policy development in both Michigan and on a federal level
With roots extending back to 1911, ASLME is a non-profit educational organization. Our mission is to provide high-quality scholarship, debate, and critical thought for professionals at the intersection of law, medicine, and ethics. Our members come together to examine big health questions with far-reaching social ramifications like genetic testing and research, medical record privacy, end-of-life decisions, and the dynamics of informed consent. We believe our greatest strength is our multidisciplinary focus. This creates a dynamic forum to exchange ideas from a wide range of perspectives, to:
The Law & Psychology Review is a law journal that addresses the interplay between the disciplines of law and psychology. Founded in 1975 by law students of the University of Alabama who were concerned with the rights of the mentally disabled, the Law & Psychology Review was one of the first journals to combine the disciplines of law and the behavioural sciences. The journal has significantly developed since its establishment, such that it has recently been named by Washington & Lee University School of Law as the top student-edited law journal pertaining to both law and psychology.
This is a peer reviewed journal. Every published article has been reviewed by members of the editorial board and the editor-in-chief. All
articles are archived by Internet Scientific Publications LLC and recognized by The Library of Congress Catalog of Publications. Electronic publication of original high-quality medical articles on the Internet is a relative new way to distribute knowledge and research results. We would like to encourage everybody to join this innovative method of reaching thousands of readers around the world. Our goal is to publish high-quality and if possible, interactive and multimedia content on the web.
The Law Centre was established in 1947 and enrols more than 800 students in its degree programs. We offer J.D., LL.M. and “concurrent” degrees that allow students to obtain two degrees in less time than individual programs would require. Cost is an important consideration for any prospective law student – and the Law Centre’s tuition and fees compare favourably with peer schools in the region and throughout the nation. The Law Centre is truly a “global” school and is well-connected with the international legal and education communities. The international activities of our faculty include visiting professorships, publications in foreign journals, and participation in international symposia and conferences. Click here for more information on our Global Achievements