Here are two highlights from the library’s recent e-journal acquisitions. This batch will primarily be of interest to those following and studying dispute resolution and European and international law.
Archiv fÃ¼r die civilistische Praxis (we now have online access from 2003 to the present): “Archiv fÃ¼r die civilistische Praxis (AcP) offers basic information on civil law, commercial law, economics, labour, and methods of teaching and legal history. It features articles by renowned authors that are scientifically processed and carefully edited and updated. The AcP is aimed at scientists and practitioners of private law in universities, courts, and law firms. It is published six times a year.” [summary translated from German original]
Journal of International Dispute Settlement (new): “International dispute settlement is a relatively new field of academic study that increasingly combines private and public international law and raises enduring issues of global importance. The growth of the field of international dispute settlement in practice, the novelty and significance of the issues posed, and the originality of the academic angle from which such issues need to be addressed are the factors that triggered the launch of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement. JIDS will primarily address fundamental and lasting issues of international dispute settlement, and gives preference to articles of enduring importance concerning significant trends in the field. JIDS will be open to strictly legal approaches as well as to studies inspired by other disciplines, such as legal sociology, legal theory, the history of law, law and political science, and law and economics.”