In this presentation, it explain three areas: (1) Law journals submission and ranking, (2) Information for submitting articles to law review & journal, and (3) Submission of law student articles for publication.
One may try to publish in the best law review or journal as much as possible for various reasons, such as getting a teaching job. Journals are normally ranked by rates of citation, prominence of authors,reputation, etc. In this presentation, there are various law review and journal lists, some provide ranking information. The ranking is based on the mechanism adopted by the respective system.
You have learned that it is necessary to evaluate legal information. And you have also learned some evaluation criteria. In this exercise, learners are required to match the legal information together.
In this video, a year 3 LLB student who is preparing a term paper with a substantial research component regularly consults his supervisor. In a recent meeting, the supervisor queries why two pieces of information were cited in his draft.
One piece of information is from a local real estate agent’s website summarizing the legal provision for the Hong Kong deed of mutual covenant agreements. Another piece of information is a court case covered in a Hong Kong land law blog.
Besides case law, legislation is also important for Jacob's legal research! The law librarian suggests he refreshes his understanding about what legislation is, and how to develop skills in researching legislation.This video will help you develop your skills in researching legislation.