Liverpool Law Review
The Liverpool Law Review is a tri-annual journal dedicated to the examination of contemporary United Kingdom, European, and international legal and social policy issues. The journal features articles, commentaries, and reviews across a wide range of theoretical and practical legal and social policy matters. Topics include public and private law, civil and criminal justice, international law, ethics, and legal theory. In recognition of its many international subscribers, the journal regularly publishes important contributions from both the United Kingdom and abroad. Quick submission to publication ensures that articles and commentaries are current.
34 Volumes 76 Issues 552 Articles available from 1979 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
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Lynsey Mitchell (December 2013)
Catrin Fflur Huws (December 2013)
- Journal Title
- Liverpool Law Review
- Volume 1 / 1979 - Volume 34 / 2013
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- Online ISSN
- Springer Netherlands
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