Created in 1979, the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice was the earliest Canadian journal devoted to the trans-cultural and international study of individuals and groups excluded from the protections of the domestic or international legal orders. The Yearbook is independently refereed, publishes French and English essays and book reviews, is faculty-run and is supported by a distinguished Advisory Board. The Yearbook encourages a wide diversity of essays from a broad range of disciplines, such as anthropology, sociology, philosophy, psychology, history and comparative literature as well as law.
We are pleased to announce that the Yearbook is now a fully Open Access journal with all content being free and open to the public. Printing can be done on demand.
We are very pleased to announce our most recent issue "Indigenous Law, Lands and Literature", guest edited by John Borrows.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor publishes the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice semi-annually with the assistance of grants from the Ontario Law Foundation and from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
The Yearbook is indexed and abstracted in the following: Directory of Open Access Journals, CSA Sociological Abstracts, Canadian Association of Learned Journals, Current Law Index, Current Law Journal Content, Index to Canadian Legal Literature, Index to Legal Periodicals and Books, IndexMaster, CPI-Q, Hein On-Line, LegalTrac, Lexis-Nexis, Quicklaw, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Westlaw & Wilson Web.
The Yearbook is now availale on the Directory of Open Access Journals. It can be read at http://bit.ly/2aTSNQF
Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice
University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
401Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9B 3P4
Subject: Law, Justice, Social Sciences, Humanities
Frequency: Two issues annually