African Review of Law and Critical Thinking
The African Review of Law and Critical Thought (ARLCP) is an open-access interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary review, which covers publishes in diverse areas including law, philosophy, sociology, political science, etc. The volumes of the review may therefore be thematic, in which case invited editors to collect contributions and coordinate their publication, or ordinary, in particular when they publish free columns. The review focuses on topical issues relating to law and critical thinking, likely to develop a critical discourse on African issues affecting law, political science, and sociology.
The journal guarantees free access to its research apparatus by making all its publications available online free of charge. The works published by the review are intended both for the African academic world and for African populations. In this respect, the review encourages authors to develop a balanced discourse across the lines of their work, so as not to hinder the access capacity of non-specialists.