Science & Justice
Science and Justice is the Forensic Science Society Journal
Science and Justice is a peer reviewed publication, which is published by Elsevier and is produced quarterly. It is now in the 50th year of publication.
Aims and Scope of Science and Justice
The aims and scope of Science and Justice are as follows:
* To promote the publication of learned and original research findings from all areas of the forensic sciences and by so doing to advance the profession.
* To promote the publication of case based material by way of case reviews.
* To promote the publication of book reviews and conference proceedings which are of interest to the forensic science community.
Accessing Science and Justice
Science and Justice is available online through Elsevier or the FSSoc journal interface. Science and Justice is also available on line through Science Direct as part of the Elsevier package of journals.
Tables of contents and abstracts can be consulted online via the following links.
Science and Justice (1995-Present)
The Journal of the Forensic Science Society (pre1995)
A full .pdf version of each paper can be purchased through the PDF purchase links on these websites.
The full text version of Science and Justice is available free of charge to professional members of the Society (from issue 1) and affiliates and student members (from 1995 onwards), who are allocated a username and password. Click here to link to http://www.scienceandjusticejournal.com/ If you wish to become a member of the Society please consult our membership website or if you would prefer to subscribe to Science and Justice directly please contact Elsevier
Submitting Scientific Articles
Science and Justice will consider original scientific and technical papers, preliminary studies and case reviews. If you are interested in submitting an article for to Science and Justice, please use the following links to access the instructions for authors.
Science & Justice - Instructions to Authors
Alternatively follow this link to Elsevier and use the options in the menu on the right hand side of the screen.
Editorial Board Science & Justice
Editor in Chief
Dr Leon Barron
N NicDaeid (Glasgow, UK)
C Aitken (Edinburgh, UK)
S Black (Dundee, UK)
C Champod (Lausanne, Switzerland)
J Curran (Auckland, New Zealand)
PR De Forest (New York, USA)
JD DeHaan (Vallejo, USA)
S Doyle (Sevenoaks, UK)
IW Evett (Hants, UK)
ARW Forrest (Sheffield, UK)
K Fryer (Durham, UK)
M M Houck (West Virginia, USA)
J Manlove (East Hanney, UK)
W Meier-Augenstein (Dundee, UK)
R Palmer (Huntingdon, UK)
S Pope (London, UK)
J Robertson (Broadway, Australia)
C Roux (Broadway, Australia)
G Sensabaugh (Berkeley, USA)
S Willis (Dublin, Ireland)
You can contact the Honorary Editor informally to discuss whether your work fits within the scope of the journal or the FSSoc offices for general information on Science and Justice.