INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE CORPORATE LAW JOURNAL (3/4 Issues per Volume)
 

General Editors: Prof. Mads Andenas, Dr. Tineke Lambooy and Prof. Dr. Beate Sjafjell

The International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal, as its name indicates, is a journal devoted to the scholarly analysis of the law and practice relating to corporations, on an international and comparative basis. While the law relating to corporate enterprise is properly practical in orientation, scholarly discussion and deliberation has a clear role to play not only in the development of the law and regulatory environment, but also in the application of the existing law and, in particular, its interface with other related bodies of law.

The ICCLJ is published inter alia under the auspices of Counselex, which was established by the law firm Beachcroft Wansbroughs, a years or so ago, to provide a unique international network of law firms able to service the needs of the modern corporation and international business. The journal will continue to be also published under the auspices of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London and the Centre of European Law and Integration of the University of Leicester.

We will, of course, continue to also enjoy the institutional support of many other distinguished research institutions and universities around the world and most importantly the Centre for Comparative Corporate Law at the University of the Free State in South Africa. Articles and contributions from around the world will be refereed by a panel of acknowledged experts in the relevant area, and therefore the journal will provide a reliable, authoritative and learned source and inspiration for the further development of the law of corporate enterprises.

ISSN:1388-7084 • Subscription Price (2010-2017) Paper £185.00 & PDF £350.00