16 July 2013

JOURNAL: The Journal of Legal Pluralism Goes Online

The Journal of Legal Pluralism Goes Online - The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law (JLP) is devoted to scholarly writing and documentation on all aspects of legal pluralism and unofficial law everywhere in the world and at all times. Published since 1969, it is a refereed, independent, interdisciplinary, international journal.
As editor-in-chief of the Journal of Legal Pluralism I am happy to announce that our first two issues under the Taylor & Francis group are now available to subscribers online (see http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjlp20/45/1#.Ud_9Z1OGGUc). Print copies for those who have opted for online + print will be available soon.
Remember that your Commission membership fees now include a subscription. For an annual membership of 31.26 Euro, members receive an online subscription to the JLP, or they can opt for online + print copy for 53 Euro a year.
The editorial board encourages you to send manuscripts to the JLP. Due to support from the Commission, the JLP, unlike many open access journals, does not charge publishing fees. - See more at: http://www.commission-on-legal-pluralism.com/journal/#sthash.d9tHOlGZ.dpuf
Melanie Wiber

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