Goals and Objectives

The Annals of Legal History (ALH) was founded in 2016 and was the first Ukrainian-language periodical in the field. The journal was launched as an International Center for Civil Political Science at Taras Schevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine) publication at the beginning of 2017 with Editor-in-Chief, Viktor Melnyk (Taras Schevchenko National University of Kyiv).

ALH aims to publish outstanding scholarship on all facets and periods of legal history. While retaining its focus on Central-East Europe legal history, it accommodates the enormous broadening of the intellectual horizon of the discipline over the past decade and is particularly interested in contributions of a comparative, international or transnational nature. As in another legal history journals, book reviews are a regular feature.

ALH is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal, made available in printed and electronic form. Manuscript submissions are handled quickly and efficiently. Manuscripts concurrently submitted for publication elsewhere will not be considered.

“The Annals of Legal History” was created to reform the Ukrainian historical and legal science, and to popularize the world legal history.
The journal publishes original texts in Ukrainian, Russian, and English, corresponding to the general theme of the publication, as well as materials of scientific events, which held under the auspices of the journal.

There is no fee for publishing in the scientific journal The Annals of Legal History.

Copyright royalties are paid for english-writing authors.

Articles Reviewing is not paid.

To ensure wide access, the journal materials are posted on the Internet: on the journal’s website and on the sites of partner organizations, in the scientometric databases Slavic Humanities Index, Index Copernicus, Crossref, Google Scholar, Russian Science Citation Index, etc.