About the Journal
The Journal of Legal Analysis , founded in 2009, is a fully open access peer-reviewed general journal on all aspects of law, centered at Harvard Law School but with a board of editors drawn from many universities. It welcomes traditional legal articles as well as interdisciplinary work, and invites submissions from scholars worldwide. All publications may be viewed and downloaded free of charge. Print copies can be purchased at a modest charge at the end of each year.
The Journal of Legal Analysis is published by the Oxford University Press on behalf of The John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics and Business at the Harvard Law School. The journal is underwritten by a generous grant from the Considine Family Foundation, and continues to enjoy the strong support of the Harvard Law School and the John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business.
Read Mark Ramseyer's editorial about the move to OUP here .
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