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Global Law Books
"These sites provide permanent coverage of the literature on European Union law and integration, and international trade law, regional integration and questions of global governance (global law), through the online presentation of book reviews, review essays and book review discussion forums. These dynamic sites provide a common platform for the many scholars, students and practitioners interested in these two areas of the law in part based on our belief that these two areas of the law share some of the same issues and normative dilemmas, though the answer to be given may differ greatly, and in part because this synergy will facilitate more efficient research across legal fields for global scholars."
European Law Books
"These sites provide permanent coverage of the literature on European Union law and integration, and international trade law, regional integration and questions of global governance (global law), through the online presentation of book reviews, review essays and book review discussion forums. These dynamic sites provide a common platform for the many scholars, students and practitioners interested in these two areas of the law in part based on our belief that these two areas of the law share some of the same issues and normative dilemmas, though the answer to be given may differ greatly, and in part because this synergy will facilitate more efficient research across legal fields for global scholars."
The Law and Politics Book Review
"The Law and Politics Book Review is sponsored by the Law and Courts Section of the American Political Science Association. Being published on the Internet, its readers receive the reviews automatically in their e-mail box upon publication. The Section has a membership of almost 900 and presently sends the Review to more than 1,400 readers in 39 countries. The electronic medium enables us to review almost every book about the legal process and politics, to do longer reviews than are usually published, and to make the reviews available within six months of our receipt of the book. The review presently remains available for an indefinite period on the Review's World Wide Web home page."