The Law quarterly review (Law Q Rev)
First published in 1885, the Law Quarterly Review provides authoritative and critical analysis on a broad range of legal issues. It is widely acclaimed as a leading platform for scholarly legal debate, in the UK and throughout the common law world. With four issues a year, it keeps readers up-to-date with many important legal developments; The Law Quarterly Review is committed to providing a balanced coverage of developments in the common law world; Issues covered are relevant to both academics and practitioners.
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Publications in this journal
The Law quarterly review 01/2014; 130:524.
The Law quarterly review 08/1997; 113:481-503.
Article: Bland: crossing the Rubicon?The Law quarterly review 08/1993; 109:329-37.
The Law quarterly review 02/1992; 108:51-78.
The Law quarterly review 11/1987; 103:513-5.
The Law quarterly review 08/1987; 103:340-6.
The Law quarterly review 08/1985; 101:432-53.
The Law quarterly review 02/1981; 97:102-26.
The Law quarterly review 11/1974; 90(360):512-30.
Article: The Crown as CorporationThe Law quarterly review 02/1901; 17:131-146.
Article: The Corporation SoleThe Law quarterly review 02/1900; 16:335-354.
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