Law in Context is published in Open Access by La Trobe Law School, by agreement with Open Journal Systems. Law in Context has three issues per year with a fast-track turn-around time for decisions on acceptance for publication of individual articles. The next issue is expected in December 2019. Accepted papers will first be published on-line before they are consolidated in the next issue. The call for papers remains open until December 1st.
David Watts, Bistro Romain, Paris, 2017
About Law in Context
All accepted papers will be made available on-line first, and will then be incorporated in the next available issue of the Journal. In addition to traditional articles, LiC also welcomes video, coding, digital material, visual law and other non-traditional contributions relevant to its objectives. We warmly thank David Watts for letting us reproduce his work on contemporary uban life.
David Watts, U-Bahn, Berlin, 2018
This site is the home of Law in Context which has been relaunched in September 2019 as an Open Access Journal. Since its creation in 1983 by the La Trobe Law School, Law in Context has been a leading Australian journal for the contextual study of law and society. That tradition of leadership will continue as we move to Open Access, reaching a larger audience and tackling new and emerging issues with regular focus areas such as Law & Technology, Artificial Intelligence & Law, and Health, Law and Society.