Journal of African Law
Rachel Murray (School of Law, University of Bristol)
Emilia Onyema (School of Law, SOAS, University of London)
During the past 50 years Journal of African Law has established itself as the leading journal in its field. Its wide coverage encompasses the laws of sub-Saharan African countries. Its authoritative and thought-provoking articles address contemporary legal issues and highlight issues of international and comparative significance. The journal contains a separate section on recent legislation, case-law, law reform proposals and recent international developments affecting Africa. Journal of African Law is essential reading for academics, professional lawyers, development workers and policy-makers.
Journal of African Law is published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies. For information on editorial matters, subscription and advertising rates, please visit journals.cambridge.org/JAL
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