• National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia received A status based on accreditation from ICC SCA for the 3rd time

“Professional Law Journal Publishers’ Club” founded

Publishers of professional law journals proposed to establish a voluntary joint organization in order to promote scientific development of legal field and cooperation of publishers therein. By encouraging their initiation, The National Legal Institute of Mongolia has successfully organized the first meeting for founding the Professional Law Journal Publishers’ Club on May 11, 2017. Representatives of 11 professional law journals participated in this meeting. During the meeting, they discussed and approved club rules and chose their management team. The journal editors and secretaries introduced their editorial policies and their operations.

Professional Law Journal Publishers’ Club has begun its operations with the following management composition:

General Manager:

M.Erdenechimeg - Secretary of "Advocate” journal.

Moderator:

Ts.Bat-Orshikh - Senior journalist

Consultant:

J.Amarsanaa – Advisor of the National Legal Institute, academician and State Honored Lawyer

Manager:

D.Nyambayar – Secretary of Law Review journal

Members journals:


"Law Review” Journal (National Legal Institute)

"Law” Journal (Mongolian State University of Law)

"Advocate” Journal (Association of Mongolian Advocates)

"Mongolian Law Review” journal (Mongolian Bar Association)

"Shuukh Erkh Medel” Journal (Judicial General Council of Mongolia)

"Issues of Fighting Crime” Journal (University of Law Enforcement; Mongolian Society of Criminology)

"Law enforcement” Journal (University of Law Enforcement)

"Human Rights” Journal (National Human Rights Commission)

"Mongolian State and Law” Journal (Supreme Court of Mongolia)

"Huuli News” Journal (”Huuli News” NGO)

"Shihihutug” Journal ("Shihihutug” University)