Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

The Oxford Journal of Legal Studies is published on behalf of the Faculty of Law in the University of Oxford. It is designed to encourage interest in all matters relating to law, with an emphasis on matters of theory and on broad issues arising from the relationship of law to other disciplines. No topic of legal interest is excluded from consideration.

In addition to traditional questions of legal interest, the following are all within the purview of the journal: comparative and international law, the law of the European Community, legal history and philosophy and interdisciplinary material in areas of relevance.

Online ISSN: 2047-0789
Print ISSN: 2047-0770

Volume 43, Issue 2, 1 JUNE 2023

Citation: Oxford J Legal Studies (2023) 43 (221)


Fair Market Constitutionalism: From Neo-liberal to Democratic Liberal Economic Governance
Do Unjust States Have the Standing to Blame? Three Reservations About Scepticism
Love and Human Rights
Is Every Law for Everyone? Assessing Access to National Legislation through Official Legal Databases around the World
Offences against Status
From the Inside Out: The Coercive Power of Deportation and the Erosion of the Liberal Democratic State
Abusive Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments: Indonesia, the Pancasila and the Spectre of Authoritarianism
Sentience and Intrinsic Worth as a Pluralist Foundation for Fundamental Animal Rights
Parliament's Constitution: Legislative Disruption of Implied Repeal
Legal Positivism's Internal Morality


 C McCrudden Editorial committee member
 D Prentice Editorial committee member
 Ewan McKendrick General editor
 G de Burca Editorial committee member
 J Dickson Editorial committee member
 J Gardner Editorial committee member
 J Hackney Editorial committee member
 J W Davies Editorial committee member
 S Fredman Editorial committee member
 S Gardner Editorial committee member