The “Law Journal of the National Academy of Internal Affairs” covers a wide range of theoretical and applied issues of legal science. The journal publishes topical research and review articles by scientists from around the world, aimed at solving important general theoretical problems of law and law enforcement practice.
The aim of the “Law Journal of the National Academy of Internal Affairs” is to cover and disseminate the results of scientific research on current global scientific issues in the field of law. The field of scientific interests of the “Law Journal of the National Academy of Internal Affairs” is the theory and history of international and state law of individual countries, legal regulation of law enforcement, crime prevention and counteraction, activities of law enforcement agencies, research and modernisation of the criminal process, analysis of international and European judicial standards, execution of decisions and application of the practice of international courts, formation and implementation of state policy in the field of citizens’ rights and freedoms protection, disclosure of priority areas for reforming legal education and science, and many others.
The journal’s main program objectives are:
- promoting the development of legal sciences at the Ukrainian and international levels;
- assistance in enhancing the competence of legal professionals;
- dissemination of experience and knowledge of leading specialists in the legal field;
- adoption and integration of best practices of other states in the field of law in Ukraine.
When selecting materials for publications, the editorial board of the “Law Journal of the National Academy of Internal Affairs” pays attention to the quality of work, particularly its relevance, the novelty of the study, and the credibility of the information provided.