The American Journal of Society and Law (AJSL) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that publishes high-quality theoretical and empirical original research contributions for the benefit of scholars and practitioners. The AJIRI invites interdisciplinary research articles that refer to a combination of two or more disciplines interlinked to society and law for a new research projection. The AJSL also endeavors to provide a global platform for the dynamic exchange of ideas and findings from interdisciplinary research, particularly contribution to society and law. The AJSL reviews papers within approximately one month of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.
Aim and Focus The AJSL aims to promote and discover the interdisciplinary area of scientific research related to society and law. It provides a ground-breaking, interdisciplinary, and publication platform that focuses on empirical, methodological, and theoretical articles in the fields of society, social issues, social judgment, social law and rules, norms and practices, and implementation of the law as well as violations, etc. The scope of the journal includes mixed methods research, informative design and procedure issues, and defining the logistics of conducting mixed methods research and other research methods used to address issues from a variety of legal cultures and theoretical concerns of cross-cultural interest. The journal encourages critical ideas and fresh opinions into new and established fields to generate a dynamic debate in academics and industry from legal researchers and practitioners as well as sociologists, criminologists, and other social scientists.
Area of publication The AJSL covers research articles and review papers across topics but not limited to; social issues, norms, morals, practices, law, society, socio-legal, legal, studies, criminology, sociology, legislation, judgment, social law, jurisprudence, culture, and all other embedded disciplines.
Frequency of publication Three issues in a year while it accepts articles throughout the years and publishes online first immediately upon receiving the final version of the manuscript.