ISSN 1473-7795
eISSN 1740-5556
2014 volume 43 (4 issues)

Aims and Scope

Common Law World Review seeks to be a forum for in-depth analysis of major legal developments throughout the common law world. To this end, a distinguished team of Corresponding Editors has been brought together to ensure that there is proper consideration of significant legal developments from all parts of the common law world. The editors welcome contributions on legal developments which are likely to be of significance throughout common law jurisdictions. Articles which seek to compare the law over a number of such jurisdictions and those which consider developments in the smaller jurisdictions would be particularly welcome.

A key feature of the Review is its Book Review section. Offers of books to review as well as to write reviews would be welcomed by the Book Review Editor.

Full list of editors and contact details

Emeritus Editor

Professor Martin Partington CBE
University of Bristol


Andrew Charlesworth
University of Bristol

Professor Keith Stanton
University of Bristol

Overseas Corresponding Editors

Professor Caroline Bradley
University of Miami

Professor Peter Cane
Australian National University

Professor Nicola Peart
Otago University, New Zealand

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