Aims & Scope
The Law Brigade Group publishes original research in all areas of Law. We believe that if your research is valid and technically sound then it deserves to be published and made accessible to the research community.
By publishing with us, your research will get the coverage and attention it deserves. Open access and continuous online publication mean your work will be published swiftly, ready to be accessed by anyone, anywhere, at any time. Article-Level Metrics allow you to follow the conversations your work has started.
Each manuscript is handled by an Editorial Board Member, and all submissions are peer-reviewed by one or more referees in addition to the Editorial Board Member. The Editorial Board — composed of practising advocates as well as professors from reputed Law Institute from all fields of law within the journal’s scope — manages the peer review process, and decides whether a paper should be accepted for publication.
The aim of the peer review process is to establish the technical soundness of submission and uses a template approach. Referees and Editorial Board Members will determine whether a paper is factually valid, rather than making judgements on the significance or whether the submission represents a conceptual advance. Please refer to our detailed Peer Review Policy for more details.
Fast decision and publication times
The Law Brigade Group endeavours to make the first decisions on manuscripts within 15 days. After acceptance, papers are immediately processed and published on a daily basis. Please refer to Publication Timeline for more details.
The Law Brigade Group‘s Law Journal articles are hosted on thelawbrigade.com, which receives an average of over 100 thousand unique visitors each month. Weekly round-ups of all published papers and subject-specific e-alerts will bring further attention to your paper.
Research papers published in our Journals are archived immediately following publication with no embargo.
In addition, authors publishing in our journals are encouraged to post the published PDF of their article on their website, institutional repository or other free public servers immediately the following publication.