Westlaw UK has announced the addition of five new journal titles to the collection. Here are the details taken from the Westlaw UK ‘What’s New’ Bulletin for November 2012:
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PLANNING LAW AND PRACTICE MONTHLY BULLETIN
Coverage: begins with 2010
Content highlights: The Encyclopedia of Planning Law and Practice Monthly Bulletin contains an analysis section discussing the latest key developments in planning law and practice; a list of the new legislation, policy and guidance documents to be included in forthcoming releases of the Encyclopedia; and a detailed section of recent developments, cross-referenced to the relevant paragraph in the Encyclopedia, with a particular focus on important new case law. It concludes with a cumulative index of the cases referenced in the Bulletin during the last 12 months.
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW BULLETIN
Coverage: begins with 2012
Content highlights: Authored by barristers from 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square the Bulletin is published between releases of the Encyclopedia of Local Government Law. It comprises analysis and commentary on latest cases, legislation and general developments and areas of interest in local government law. Published three times a year as part of the Encyclopedia of Local Government Law Looseleaf, the Bulletin features practical articles on topical subjects affecting local authorities.
The three journals below will be live on Westlaw UK on Friday 02 November:
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT
Coverage: begins with 2008
Content highlights:The International Journal of Law and Management is a leading journal addressing all aspects of regulation and law as they impact on organisational development, operations and leadership. The journal seeks to present the latest research on policy, practice and theoretical perspectives and their impact on the development and leadership of organisations.
CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW
Coverage: begins with 2012
Content highlights:The Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law contains articles and notes from all fields of legal scholarship, including jurisprudence, European law, international and comparative law, as well as domestic UK law. The CJICL publishes two regular issues and a special UK Supreme Court review issue, which contains exclusive in-depth analysis of all UK Supreme Court cases issued in the preceding year.
CAMBRIDGE STUDENT LAW REVIEW
Coverage: 2005 to 2011
Content highlights:The Cambridge Student Law Review contains the very best in legal scholarship articles from academics, practitioners and students. The review contains articles and notes from all fields of legal scholarship, including jurisprudence, European law, international and comparative law, as well as domestic UK law.