Open Access Journals
The Journal of Legal Studies in Business (ISSN: 1078-3873) is a double blind, peer reviewed journal that has been published annually both in hard copy and electronic form since 1994. The journal is published by Cengage Learning, and is affiliated with the Academy of Legal Studies in Business via its Southeast Regional partner, the Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
The Journal of Legal Studies in Business is a highly selective journal with an 18% acceptance rate in the most recent year calculated, and an average acceptance rate of 25% for the preceding three year period.
The journal is available in hard copy by subscription, and is carried by over 700 libraries and institutions across the United States. The journal is also indexed in the Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities and the Index to Legal Periodicals and Books, and is available in full text electronic version via the ABI/Inform and Ebsco Host databases and in delayed release on this page.
The Journal of Legal Studies in Business features a variety of subject matter relating to business law, commercial law, international commerce, ethics, and social responsibility. We also publish an “online pedagogical supplement” featuring articles on the scholarship of teaching and learning relating to law and ethics instruction in higher education.
The Corinthian (Undergraduate Research)
The Corinthian recognizes student achievement in research by providing publishing opportunities for undergraduate and graduate GC students from all disciplines.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Undergraduate Research (Undergraduate Research)
Undergraduate Research is a national double-blind, educator-reviewed print and electronic journal published annually in the Winter. The journal is a forum for multidisciplinary undergraduate research and creative endeavors within higher education. The journal follows the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) strategic pillars for undergraduate research and creative endeavors.