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Amicus Curiae ("friend of the court") is published quarterly by the Society for Advanced Legal Studies and issued free of charge to SALS members. The journal is also available on subscription (£75 per annum for four issues including p&p to UK and Europe, £85 pa for the rest of the world).
Contributions to Amicus Curiae are welcomed. Articles should be accompanied by the name and address of the author. The journal can accommodate short pieces of approximately 700-1,200 words, and also longer articles of up to 4,000 words. Articles should be written in an informal style without footnotes. Amicus Curiae carries articles on a wide range of topics including human rights, commercial law, white collar crime, law reform generally, and topical legal issues both inside and outside the UK.
Articles should be sent to Julian Harris at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR (email: Julian.Harris@sas.ac.uk). The Editorial Board reserves the right to refer the articles to external referees for consideration.
Julian Harris Deputy General Editor of Amicus Curiae, SALS
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In addition to the ongoing print publication, Amicus Curiae (the official journal of both the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and its Society for Advanced Legal Studies), is also now available online from issue 1 (1997) to the pre-current issue at http://journals.sas.ac.uk/amicus
As a result of a recent successful JISC-funded project to create an Open Journals publishing system in the School of Advanced Study linked to the School's e-repository SAS-Space, the Institute is pleased to make its journal, Amicus Curiae available online. For more detail about the project see: Amicus Online presentation PDF.
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|Updated 10th July 2012|