Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

African Journal of Criminal Law and Jurisprudence (AFJCLJ) has the objective of publishing peer-reviewed papers dealing strictly with issues on criminal law and criminal jurisprudence which are of relevance to Africa, Africans, and scholars on African issues. AFJCLJ provides a forum for legal scholars and jurists to report research findings for policy making through innovative and advanced methodologies. It appears once a year in September, and published online and in print. AFJCLJ is a manual for policy makers and legislators, jurists, legal practitioners, law enforcement agents, security providers, academics, law students, and others. The Journal is abstracted and indexed with Google scholar via PREORC indexing outfits. Well researched and original papers on topical subject matters, and which extend the frontiers of knowledge with a view to solving developmental problems are hereby welcome.

 

Section Policies

Articles

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Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE

African Journal of Criminal Law and Jurisprudence (AFJCLJ) has the objective of publishing peer-reviewed papers dealing strictly with issues on criminal law and criminal jurisprudence which are of relevance to Africa, Africans, and scholars on African issues. AFJCLJ provides a forum for legal scholars and jurists to report research findings for policy making through innovative and advanced methodologies. It appears once a year in September, and published online and in print. AFJCLJ is a manual for policy makers and legislators, jurists, legal practitioners, law enforcement agents, security providers, academics, law students, and others. The Journal is abstracted and indexed with Google scholar via PREORC indexing outfits. Well researched and original papers on topical subject matters, and which extend the frontiers of knowledge with a view to solving developmental problems are hereby welcome.