Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Edinburgh Law Review Wins British Legal Journal of the Year Award

The Edinburgh Law Review has won the 2016 Legal Journals Award given out by the British and Irish Association of Law Libraries (BIALL).

In presenting the award, Karen Palmer, President of BIALL, said:
"This year’s winning title stood out for the scope and depth of its content, combining the very best in traditional academic legal journal publishing in editorial authority, layout and quality of indexing with a broad range of original contributions advancing contemporary scholarship in the law of its principal jurisdiction."
The Award was presented in Dublin on 9th June during the 2016 BIALL Annual Conference.

The aim of the Legal Journals Award is to reward the publishing profession for quality products and outstanding contributions in the field of legal serial titles whether online or in print.
The specific aims of the Legal Journals Award are to:
  • Recognise and reward excellence in legal serials publishing
  • Promote awareness of outstanding products
  • Encourage the highest quality of publishing
  • Set industry standards
BIALL is a sister association of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries.

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