Asser Press journals from Cambridge

Asser Press journals from Cambridge

Cambridge University Press is proud to publish the journals below on behalf of T.M.C. Asser Press.

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The Netherlands International Law Review (NILR) is one of the world’s leading journals in the fields of public and private international law. It is published three times a year, and features peer-reviewed, innovative, and challenging articles, case notes, commentaries, book reviews and overviews of the latest legal developments in The Hague.

The NILR was established in 1953 and has since become a valuable source of information for scholars, practitioners and anyone who wants to stay up-to-date with the most important developments in these fields.

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The European Constitutional Law Review (EuConst), a peer reviewed English language journal, is a platform for advancing the study of European constitutional law, its history and evolution. Its scope is European law and constitutional law, history and theory, comparative law and jurisprudence.

Published triannually, it contains articles on doctrine, scholarship and history, plus jurisprudence and book reviews. However, the premier issue includes more than twenty short articles by leading experts, each addressing a single topic in the Draft Constitutional Treaty for Europe. EuConst is addressed at academics, professionals, politicians and others involved or interested in the European constitutional process. Its Editorial Advisory Board is composed of eminent members in the field of constitutional studies from across the Continent in its new EU format.

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The Hague Journal on the Rule of Law provides a timely forum for the rapidly-expanding field of the rule of law, encapsulating cutting-edge study from all related disciplines.

This unique focal point for the exchange of views between academics and practitioners gives focus to the promotion of the rule of law on both the national and international stage.

The journal aims to deepen and broaden the knowledge of the rule of law and its relation to economic growth, poverty reduction, promotion of democracy, protection of human rights and geopolitical stability. The journal publishes academic articles, practitioner reports and commentary, book reviews and special volumes on major developments and themes in the rule of law field.

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The European Business Organization Law Review (EBOR) is a leading European publication addressing all legal aspects of business organization. The journal serves as a platform for articles, case-notes and book reviews to stimulate scholarly debate and to reflect the speed with which developments in the field translate into substantive law.

Drawing together scholars and business people, lawyers, economists and other disciplines, and with an international editorial board, the journal looks at the whole range of legal problems relevant to business activities and the corresponding national, European Community and international legal rules. The journal will be of interest both to academia and practitioners in law and business, as well as political and social scientists.

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Two major factors brought about the establishment of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law in 1970: demand for the publication of national practice in international law, and the desirability for legal practitioners, state representatives and international lawyers to have access to the growing amount of available data, in the form of articles, notes etc.

The Documentation section of the NYIL contains an extensive review of Dutch state practice from the parliamentary year prior to publication, an account of developments relating to treaties and other international agreements to which the Netherlands is a party, summaries of Netherlands judicial decisions involving questions of public international law (many of which are not published elsewhere), lists of Dutch publications in the field and extracts from relevant municipal legislation.

Although the NYIL has a distinctive national character, it is published in English and the editors do not adhere to any geographical limitations when deciding upon the inclusion of articles. The Netherlands Yearbook of International Law can be purchased individually or as part of a subscription to NILR.

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The Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law provides a truly international forum for high-quality, peer-reviewed articles, commentaries on current developments, reports on state practice, and documentation that have international humanitarian law as their focal point. All aspects of international law applicable during international and non-international armed conflicts are covered, in addition to interesting and significant developments in related fields, such as international peace and security, international criminal law, human rights law, disarmament law and refugee law, inter alia.

Distinguished by its topicality and contemporary relevance, the Yearbook bridges the gap between theory and practice and serves as a useful reference tool for scholars, practitioners, military personnel, civil servants, diplomats, human rights workers and students.

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