Journal Area

Oromia Law Journal
Oromia Law Journal (OLJ), a journalhosted by Oromia Justice Sector Professionals Training and Legal Research Institute, is annually published journal. It is indexed on African Journals Online and Heinonline. It is also one of the sixteen journals in Ethiopia having first National Accreditation by Ministry of Science and Higher Education in 2020.  Its editors are also members to Ethiopian Journal Editors’ Forum.  It accepts and publishes submissions fulfilling the following criteria upon revisions by the editors and approval by the Preparatory Board.
Submission Guidelines

  1. Submissions should be articles (not published elsewhere) related to legal, economic, political and social issues arising in relation to Oromian, Ethiopian, and other related International Laws. Contributions could also be other works such as essays, comments on legislation, book reviews, and court cases (with or without comments).
  2. Contributions may be submitted in Afan Oromo, English or Amharic
  3. Submissions shall be computer typed, 1.5 space, in 12 font, Times New Roman; foot notes in 10 font, 1.0 space, Times New Roman (for Afan Oromo & English). These considerations also work for Amharic submissions except that the font size for footnote is 9.
  4. The length of a contribution shall not exceed 30 pages for articles and essays. Other contributions like book reviews, case comments, etc shall range from five to ten pages. 
  5. The contribution should be organized into title page, abstract, introduction, body and conclusion.
  6. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively with superscript Arabic numerals in the text.

N.B.A contribution may at any time be submitted to the Editorial Committee via: oromialawjournal@gmail.comOR in soft copy.                                                  

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