The modern stage of legal development in the Russian Federation is characterized by constant changes in legislation which demands the operational exchange of domestic and foreign experience. Through accumulation of new knowledge in the sphere of jurisprudence the journal “Siberian Law Review” is a kind of a plot where scientists and practitioners can not only tell about the achievements and results of their research work but also acquaint themselves with the experience of their colleagues and exchange the most perspective proposals concerning legal science and practice. Among our authors there are scientists, workers of law-enforcement system, of state agencies and functionaries interested in the proper ensuring of legal rights and interests of a person. It makes the journal to be urgent in the international scientific area. The journal elucidates the most problematic and disputable legal branches and it causes the increased interest of the scientific world in the papers published. Thus the aim of the journal is the formation of the united scientific world, exchange the results of scientific achievements in the sphere of jurisprudence and law-enforcement practice.
Dear authors! We inform you that since April 19, 2019, the name of the scientific peer-reviewed journal "Vestnik of the Omsk Law Academy" has changed. The new name in accordance with the record of registration of the media - "Siberian Law Review".
Scientific reviewed journal “Siberian Law Review”.
Founder and publisher: Private educational institution of higher education “Siberian Law University”.
Frequency – quarterly.
“Siberian Law Review” has been published since 2004.
The title of the journal was changed in 2019. The previous title of the journal was “Vestnik of the Omsk Law Academy”.
The title of the journal was changed in 2012. The previous title of the journal was “Vestnik of the Omsk Law Institute”.
Theory and History of Law And State, History of Law and State Studies
Civil Law, Business Law, Family Law, International Private Law
Criminal Law and Criminology, Penitentiary Law
Administrative Law, Administrative Process
Civil Process, Arbitration Process
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