The NewJurist was founded in July 2007, by its current editor-in-chief, Dr. M M. Elghusein, an Austrian-born jurist, university lecturer, translator, and intellectual.
The NewJurist is the world's first international law magazine.
Based in St. Pölten, Austria, we publish informative and insightful articles, essays, reports, commentaries and reviews, on a variety of legal, social, economic, and cultural topics. We publish in English and in German.
Enlightened thinking revives the fabric upon which a modern democracy is founded. No society that fails to subscribe to enlightened thinking can call itself civilized.
Our aim is to disseminate legal knowledge, and foster legal research and study. We provide lawyers, academics, and intellectuals from various fields, with a solid global platform to publish informative and insightful articles and opinions on a wide range of legal, social, economic, and cultural topics.
Today, more than any time in recorded human history, there is a need to revive and strengthen the noble human quest for justice and equality.
We have all the knowledge and tools necessary to drive this quest forward. It really depends on us to do it. With the advent of the digital age, we have the unprecedented opportunity to communicate our ideas.
I am honored to have the opportunity to offer a platform to lay the seeds of future legal thinking.
Very truly yours,
Dr. M M. Elghusein, Editor in ChiefMasthead
Dr. M M. Elghusein, Publisher & Editor in Chief
Helen Clark, Associate Editor
Hal Ian Brinton, Editor
Joseph Kaifala, Associate Editor
Yi Li Alyssa Tjioe , Associate Editor
Chris Middlehurst, Film Review Writer
Andrew Amos, Economy Section Editor
Fraser J. Matcham, Editor
Lina Turjmann, Associate Editor
Mamun Elghusein, MBA, Ph.D., Assistant Editor
Mey Elghusein, BA, Associate Editor
Joseph Kaifala, David Lowe, Baroness Hale, David Osborne, Jonathan, Andrews, Lord Sumption, John Wadham, Roy Lee, Lord Neuberger, Ziyad Hayatli, Daniel Raventos, Julie Wark, Yoav J. Tenembaum, David Lowe, Nico A. Pingaro, Jonathan Andrews, Andrew Wallis, Elliot Sperber, Barbara Prammer, Anton Heinzl, Sigfried Nasko, Charles S. Weinblatt, Nicolai Due-Gundersen, Lesley Hazleton, Pete Dolack, Michael Kabai, Charles B. Parselle, David J. Strachman, Pierre Ciric, W.T. Whitney Jr., Michael P. Richter, Laura Finley, Edward J. Martin, Martin Plowman, Leonie Campbell-King, Sushant Chandra, Kofi A. Annan, Frank Richardson.
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