This package includes access to the following law journals:
Journal of Human Rights and the Environment: The relationship between human rights and the environment is a fascinating, uneasy, and increasingly urgent one. This international journal provides a strategic academic forum in which an extended interdisciplinary and multilayered conversation can take place concerning the challenges located at the interface of these two centrally important fields.
Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property: As an extension of the Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute’s reputation as one of the foremost centers for intellectual property research and education, QMJIP has become an important forum for quality scholarship in this field, publishing full-length articles as well as analysis pieces and case reports, on a quarterly basis.
Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law: A journal addressing the dynamic developments in environmental law in the Asia Pacific region, APJEL was established in 1996 and has a global reputation for publishing scholarly and current analysis of all aspects of Asia Pacific environmental law and policy. APJEL has been published by Edward Elgar since 2016 and joins Edward Elgar’s growing list of international scholarly journals.
Cambridge International Law Journal: The Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) succeeds the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, which was established in 2011 at the University of Cambridge. CILJ is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal with a broad focus on international law.
CILJ publishes in all areas of international law, including regional and transnational legal regime, such as European Union Law. CILJ provides a platform for both young and well-established academics to publish outstanding research on cutting edge, highly topical international law issues alongside, and in dialog with, each other.
Renmin Chinese Law Review: Renmin Chinese Law Review, Vol. 1 is the first work in a series of annual volumes on contemporary Chinese law, which bring together the work of recognized scholars from China, offering a window on current legal research in China. The journal addresses topics such as the law theory of public interest, as well as issues pertaining to the Chinese legal system’s implementation of WTO laws. All of the contributions provide useful insights for those wishing to explore China’s increasing influence in international law and politics as well China’s recent legal reforms.
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