Aims and Scope
The Public Law Studies Quarterly (PLSQ) aims to provide a suitable venue for the evaluation and publication of latest research by scholars, especially professors and graduate students, in the related disciplines of public law, international law and human rights law. The PLSQ aspires to play a leading role in the development of legal studies and advancement of the long-term goals of the academic community. Furthermore, it is hoped that the PLSQ will provide innovative and effective solutions to the challenges and problems facing the said disciplines on domestic and international levels. As such, the Editorial Board of the PLSQ invites scholars to submit their papers to our journal in the following fields:
- Public law including such subfields as the theoretical foundations of public law, constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, administrative law, comparative administrative law, labour law, public finance law, social security law and . . .
- International law including such subfields as the theoretical foundations of international law, law of treaties, humanitarian law, international criminal law, international environmental law, international economic law, international law of the sea, international air law, the law of outer space, international law of state responsibility, the law of international organizations and . . .
- Human rights law including such subfields as the theoretical foundations of human rights, civil and political rights, economic, social and cultural rights, global and regional institutions and mechanisms for the protection of human rights, human rights education and . . .