Copyright and Licensing

The manuscript published in the Journal of Law and Justice will be permanently available online without any restrictions. These can be read, downloaded, and cited on the condition of giving credit to the researcher by acknowledging his research work through appropriate citations.  

Copyrights of an open-access research paper published in the Journal of Law and Justice is retained by the Author(s) concerned due to his/ her original work. Author(s) grants a license to JLJ to publish his/ her research paper and identify itself as the original publisher. 

Author(s) is encouraged to post his/ her research work published in JLJ, on any online platform under their names or ID along with DOI/ URL (duly attributing to JLJ as original publisher) to make their publications available to a larger audience to increase the impact factor and citation levels. 

If a research paper published in a Journal needs to be translated or republished in another journal (or any other publishing medium), prior permission must be obtained from the original publisher. In this regard, manuscripts and editorial communications may be directed to the Editor JLJ.