Israel Law Review – new to Cambridge in 2012
We are pleased to announce that from 2012 Cambridge University Press will be publishing the Israel Law Review. Focusing on law in times of tension and conflict, over more than 40 years the Review has become a leading publication in the field of human rights, public law and international law.
On behalf of the Review‘s Editorial team, Professor Yuval Shany said “My colleagues and I, at Hebrew University, are pleased and proud to associate the Israel Law Review – the oldest and most established Israeli publication in English on legal issues – with Cambridge University Press. We are confident that the collaboration between Cambridge and the Minerva Center for Human Rights at the Hebrew University Law Faculty, which houses the Israeli end of the journal’s operations, will enable us to improve its production and distribution processes, to expand the reach of the journal to a new global readership and authorship and to consolidate the reputation of the Israel Law Review.”
Cambridge Journals Managing Director, Simon Ross, commented that “We are very happy to have formed a new partnership to publish this journal and look forward to the Review enjoying the benefits of being published on our online platform, Cambridge Journals Online. We also plan to digitise the Review’s back issues which will mean that every article will be available online.”
For further information about Israel Law Review, go to: http://journals.cambridge.org/isr