"Offers a practitioner just the right balance of case analysis and theory to improve my role in advising clients, assessing potential litigation and drafting agreements. In addition, its coverage of legal developments outside the United States provides valuable insight for anticipating the challenges our multinational clients face in a globalized economy." Peter D. Trooboff, Covington & Burling LLP
"The Journal is now the essential English language periodical for practitioners, academics and others working in the field of private international law. Provides topical coverage of a broad range of issues of current importance from a global perspective." David Stewart, Georgetown University
"When the Journal was established five years ago, one of the objectives of the Editors was that the Journal should examine private international law topics in more than one legal system. That objective has been met with conspicuous success as can be seen from the range of articles addressing common problems with perspectives drawn from across Europe, North America, South Africa and the Pacific region. Equally the editors' prediction that we live in interesting times in the private international law field is fully borne out by the scope of the examination in the Journal of challenging issues arising across the world, not least in terms of proposals emerging from Brussels and The Hague. The Journal has established itself as a major source of information and analysis in this challenging and increasingly important field of legal study and practice." Sir Peter North, Jesus College, University of Oxford
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"The Journal of Private International Law should be compulsory reading for the growing number of lawyers involved in cross-border transactions or litigation. The complexity of the issues thrown up in cross-border cases will only increase, and the Journal will likewise assume a corresponding and increasing importance to practitioners who have to grapple with problems of this kind." Charles Proctor, Bird and Bird
JOURNAL OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
Hart Publishing launched the Journal of Private International
Law (J. Priv. Int. L.) in spring 2005. We invite papers
for this scholarly, peer-reviewed publication of original
articles and analysis of current developments in the field.
The journal covers all aspects of private international law,
reflecting the role of the European Union and the Hague Conference
on Private International Law in the making of private international
law, in addition to the traditional role of domestic legal
There are three to four scholarly articles of 8-10,000 words,
excluding footnotes, per issue. We welcome articles from scholars
anywhere in the world writing in English about developments
in any jurisdiction on any aspect of private international
law. We also welcome shorter articles or analysis from anywhere
in the world, including analysis of new treaties and conventions,
and lengthy review articles dealing with significant new publications.
The Journal of Private International Law is published
three times a year.
Please click here for the latest publication dates for each of our Journals.
Prospective authors should contact the editors with their
proposals of 300-500 words.
The Journal is officially associated with www.conflictoflaws.net
a website dedicated to promoting dialogue about private international
law in all its forms. It is an interactive news and discussion
portal, updated by a team of scholars from around the world.
The creator and Chief Editor of www.conflictoflaws.net, Martin
George (University of Birmingham), is also the Website Coordinator
for the Journal of Private International Law.
All correspondence concerning the website should be sent
to Martin George.