"Provides the readership with a diet of articles and reviews that make wide-ranging, informed and critical comment on the current state of corporate law and the policy imperatives for change or stability … essential to the intelligent assessment of the state of UK corporate law." Sarah Worthington, Gray's Inn and London School of Economics |
"An excellent journal particularly useful for its theoretical and comparative breadth. Deserves to be read by any serious scholar in the field." Gerard McCormack, University of Leeds
"Invaluable for its interesting, topical and wide-ranging articles written from a variety of perspectives, national and international." Brenda Hannigan, University of Southampton
THE established international forum for thorough analysis of corporate, securities and financial law, The Journal of Corporate Law Studies is:
· vital for teaching and research
· vital for practice
· vital for regulation, law and policy-making.
The broad coverage ranges widely from insolvency to the commercial conflict of laws, directors' duties and financial regulation. It features strong global perspectives, interdisciplinary studies and work in related areas. The result is the only fully developed view of the area – anyone who works in any field where corporate law arises can not afford to be without it.
It is published twice a year in April and October.
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