About the Journal
Egerton Law Journal is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes scholarly papers from participants and stakeholders from the justice sector, reflecting on achievements, gaps, challenges and opportunities in legal aid provision in context.
The Journal is published annually by Egerton University. The Journal publishes original research papers, critical reviews, case reviews and short communication derived from the following areas;
- Constitutional issues.
- Human rights.
- Access to justice.
Ideas and opinions contained in the papers are those of the authors and not of Egerton University or Journal Editors.
Ethics in publishing
- Authors are expected to be fully truthful and accurate in the presentation of their work.
- The manuscripts must be original and without any sort of plagiarism.
- Data access – The authors may be requested to provide raw data that may be retained by the journal for sometimes where necessary for peer review and proof of statistical results presented.
- When authors discover significant error or inaccuracy in their published work, it is their obligation to promptly inform the journal editor to retract or correct the paper.