Aim

Istanbul Law Review is a semi-annually, academic, peer reviewed journal which publishes articles in Turkish and English. Istanbul Law Review publishes articles, judicial reviews, legislation analysis’, publication criticism, translations which involves in law and law related subjects, and are based on genuine theoretical and practical academic research and suitable for national and international scale.

Scope

Istanbul Law Review involves in publications which are (i) capable of expanding theory and enhancing theoretical basis, (ii) analyzing either academic or judicial methodology, (iii) scrutinizing legal theory, practice, process, symbols etc. effecting society on private or public levels, (iv) exploring the subject in legal, sociological, political, psychological, philosophical, ethical, geographical and historical manner.

In this frame, primary fields of interest are listed as follows:

• Human rights law,

• Criminal law,

• Financial and fiscal law,

• Civil law,

• Commercial law,

• Obligations law,

• Execution and bankruptcy law