Lex Humana is a journal of legal and social sciences that is indexed in several databases and repositories to ensure greater visibility and accessibility to its readers and a better impact factor to its authors.
Lex Humana is indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) of the Web of Science. This index includes high-quality, peer-reviewed journals that are considered to be emerging sources in their respective fields. Being indexed in this database indicates that Lex Humana has been recognized as an important source of legal information and scholarship.
Lex Humana is also indexed in several databases and repositories of the EBSCO platform, such as Legal Source and Legal Collection, which are comprehensive databases of legal information, including full-text law journals, legal documents, and case law. Being indexed in these databases ensures that Lex Humana is easily accessible to legal professionals and researchers.
Other important repositories where Lex Humana is indexed include Diadorim, CiteFactor, DIALNET, DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), Google Scholar, Latindex, MIAR, OALib (Open Access Library), OasisBR/IBICT, ProQuest, Redib (Red Iberoamericana de Innovación y Conocimiento Científico), SSOAR (Social Science Open Access Repository), Sumários, The Open Access Digital Library, and WorldCat.
Being indexed in these databases and repositories increases the visibility and accessibility of Lex Humana, facilitating access to its articles by scholars and researchers worldwide and contributing to the advancement of legal knowledge and increasing the impact factor of its authors.