Principles of Constitutional Law


American Journal of Law Vol 1 No 1 (2029)

American Journal of Law is a high proficient journal approved for its relevant and useful information hosted by AJPO journals USALLC. The journal reports on democratic process, perception of law, systems of policy change, legislative mechanisms and processes of enforcement, justice and justice systems in compliance with rule of law. The journal is proud of its fast processing of manuscripts, despite it having low publishing costs. The journal is among the recognized journals with vital information of the field of law. The journal features in the Google scholar amongst other indices which makes it possible to be used in references in other related studies.


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Category Book Chapters
Publisher: AJPO journals and books publishers
Authors: Prof. P. E. O. Oguno PhD
Pages: 93
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