Italian review of international and comparative law.
The Italian review of international and comparative law offers an authoritative forum for debate on all subjects related to public and private international law, comparative law and European law. International law and comparative law are increasingly intertwined, but are rarely studied together. The...
[Leiden, Netherlands] :
Brill Academic Publishers / Martinus Nijhoff Publishers,
|Series:||Law journal library. International & non-U.S. law journals.
|Online Access:||HeinOnline Law Journal Library|
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|Summary:||The Italian review of international and comparative law offers an authoritative forum for debate on all subjects related to public and private international law, comparative law and European law. International law and comparative law are increasingly intertwined, but are rarely studied together. The Review not only fills this gap, but also encourages the use of comparative law methodology in the investigation of international law. The Review welcomes contributions from legal scholars worldwide, but encourages submissions from scholars working and/or educated in Italy in particular. It actively seeks to increase the global impact of Italian doctrinal approaches to international and comparative law, which chime with the approach envisaged, and so enable the vibrant debate ongoing in Italian scholarship to reach an international audience and be enriched by it. In addition to scholarly articles and book reviews, the Review publishes case notes and recent developments, aimed at practitioners. These offer insight into Italian case law by means of translated (Italian to English) decisions and commentaries, as well as updates on relevant Italian diplomatic and parliamentary practice, soft law and other instruments adopted at the national level which resonate internationally. Contributions are sought on both theory and practice, but relevant scholarship inspired by other disciplines (such as, economics, sociology, legal theory, history, political science) will also be considered. All articles published in The Italian review of international and comparative law undergo a double-blind peer review process. After submission, one member of the editorial board determines whether the article is in accordance with the formal and substantive requirements of IRIC. If this is the case, the internal reviewer drafts a preliminary report and the article is sent for a second round of review to an external referee, that is, a scholar who is not part of the editorial board of IRIC. In specific cases (e.g. if the article adopts a multidisciplinary approach), further advice will be sought from an additional external reviewer. The author and the external reviewer(s) are kept anonymous throughout the process. External reviewers are usually drawn from a regularly updated list of distinguished scholars in international law and comparative law that is available on the publisher's website.|
|Published:||Coverage begins with volume 1 (2021).|
|Item Description:||Database updated annually on a per volume basis.|
|Publication Frequency:||Updated 2 times a year|