- ISSN(O): 2582-5216
- Impact Factor (Evaluation year-2020): 5.042
- Review Process: Double-blind Peer Review Process
- Languages: English
- Frequency of Publication: Quarterly
- Accessibility: Open Access
- Manuscripts published in 2020: 371
Lex Humanitariae: Journal For a Change is a non-annual peer-reviewed Law Journal aimed at providing a platform to the original work of authors by way of open access system to reiterate the importance and multi-disciplinary approach of law. The principles of care, precision and impartiality guide the Journal to set a dual goal, i.e. to publish a journal worth to lawyers and to provide educational knowledge of value to students. The Journal with a hope to foster legal research welcomes submissions in the form of articles, short notes, book reviews and case comments. The Journal presents its unwavering belief in the principles of justice, equity and morality. The Journal endeavours to capture the changing conceptions of law and effectively accept the change with a progressive outlook. Presently, the editorial and review board of the Journal consists of experienced lawyers, academicians and law students from reputed institutions.
Lex Humanitariae: Journal for a Change has established its presence in the international publishing industry with contributions by Judges, lawyers, academicians, researchers & students from across the globe, including countries like USA, UK, Germany, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Egypt et al.
The Journal adheres to the international standards of publication and is indexed in 15 national and international databases that includes ROAD: The Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources by ISSN, Index Copernicus International, DRJI, ISIFI, Academic Resource Index, RJIF, SJIF, I2OR, WCOSJ, SIS, ASI, COSMOS & Google Scholar. The Journal has been accredited with an international impact factor of 5.042 for the evaluation year 2020.
Lex Humanitariae: Journal For a Change intends to be a leader in facilitating a new kind of discussion in various fields of law across the globe.