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About the Journal

Aims & Scope

The International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology is designed to understand all matters relating to the law. While the Journal emphasizes theoretical work and broad issues arising from law to technology, no topic of legal interest and no approach to scholarship is excluded. The peer-reviewed Journal welcomes outstanding original doctrinal and critical scholarship contributions to domestic and international law, comparative law, legal history, and legal philosophy. In addition, we welcome interdisciplinary contributions in areas of relevance to the law and, in particular, work that uses the techniques of the social sciences and the humanities to contribute to understanding legal studies. In terms of its substance, this Journal combines domestic, international, and comparative law. Indeed, we view the Journal as a context where these three subjects, traditionally defined as distinct fields, can enter into a productive dialogue about current changes in the world and be open to the work of all scholars wherever they may be.

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The Journal is a quarterly publication.

Title: International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology
cite as Int’l J. L. Ethics Tech.
ISSN 2769-7150(Online) | 2769-7142(Print)


Publisher: La Nouvelle Jeunesse

The Journal’s scholarship is made possible by funding from La Nouvelle Jeunesse.