Archiving Policy

As Current Trends in Law and Society - CLTS policy author (s) are entitled to hold the copyrights and self-archiving rights. They are allowed and encouraged to deposit their scientific research in institutional repositories and other archives.

CLTS urges to share knowledge to the maximum by making the publications accessible from several digital and academic repositories around the world. Journal digitally maintains archives to preserve scholarly content for long-term availability to the community. CLTS has made sure that published research is archived in compliance with the standards of known repositories. So that their digital record keepers can collect and update the journal’s content.    

CLTS also preserves its contents on a long-term basis and for this purpose, we submit our content to Portico.