The UUM Journal of Legal Studies (UUM JLS) was founded in 2010. It is a refereed annual law journal published by the Universiti Utara Malaysia Press. It is a peer-reviewed Journal, providing up-to-date, academic, authoritative and critical analysis of current legal issues in Malaysia and across the globe. This Journal indexed by SCOPUS, MYCITE, EBSCOHOST ProQuest and UDLEDGE.
Aims and Scope
The Journal's objective is to publish impactful legal articles thereby enhancing visibility of research output. We welcome comparative, jurisprudential, international, and interdisciplinary materials relevant to law. The journal is published in both English and Bahasa Malaysia and it is open to authors around the worlds. Coverage will include but is not limited to issues surrounding:
• Public Law – Criminal Law, Constitutions, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, and Public International Law
• Private law – Business Law, Corporation Law, Family Law, Consumer Law, Torts, Information, Technology/Cyber Law, Intellectual Property Rights Law, Private International Law
• Syariah law – Islamic Banking and Finance Law, Islamic Family Law, Islamic International Law, Islamic Inheritance Law, Islamic Judiciary and Fatwa, Takaful
Submissions to the Journal are selected for publication on the basis of a double blind peer-review mechanism conducted through an internal and external Article review Board consisting of academics and experts in the field. UUM JLS does not charge any article processing fee.
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UUM Journal of Legal Studies
College of Law, Government and International Studies
06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia.
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