Research on law and non-state justice systems in Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia

Journal of South Pacific Law

The Journal of South Pacific Law (JSPL) is a journal of the USP Discipline of Law. The JSPL publishes a wide range of legal materials with a focus on the laws and/or non-state justice systems in Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia or of relevance to those subjects and regions. All articles appearing in the journal are refereed by scholars with extensive background in the region and its diverse legal systems. The JSPL is published annually, but special issues are also published from time-to-time.

 

General Editor

Dr. Morsen Mosses

USP Emalus Campus, Port-Vila, Vanuatu

Email: morsen.mosses@usp.ac.fj

 

 

Submission Information

All submissions must comply with the JSPL Submission Guidelines.

Individuals who are interested in submitting a publication for the Journal of South Pacific Law may contact the General Editor Dr. Morsen Mosses at morsen.mosses@usp.ac.fj.

 

Volumes

Volume 1, 1997

Volume 2, 1998

Volume 3, 1999

Volume 4, 2000

Volume 5, 2001

Volume 6, 2002

Volume 7, 2003

Volume 8, 2004

Volume 9, 2005

Volume 10, 2006

Volume 11, 2007

Volume 12, 2008

Volume 13, 2009

Volume 14, 2012

Volume 15, 2013

Volume 16, 2014

Volume 17, 2015

Volume 18, 2016

Volume 19, 2017

Volume 20, 2018

Volume 21, 2019

 

JSPL Publication Details

ISSN 1684-5307

  • Key title: Journal of South Pacific Law
  • Abbreviated key title: J. South Pac. Law
Key Announcements

The new Journal of South Pacific Law (JSPL) website is undergoing updates. Volumes 3 – 21 of the JSPL will be uploaded in due time.

Volumes 1-9 can be accessed via PacLII here: http://www.paclii.org/journals/fJSPL/

If you are in need of materials from Volumes 10-21 of the JSPL, contact Beatrice Tabangcora at beatrice.tabangcora@usp.ac.fj for assistance.