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Property Law Review is Thomson Reuters’ newest journal, offering multiple perspectives on the law of real and personal property with national and/or international implications.
Thomson Reuters launched its newest journal in February of this year. Property Law Review is the only forum which brings together a range of approaches to both real and personal property. It is for both the academic and practitioner in the field. Submissions are always welcome should be emailed to email@example.com.
Thomson Reuters has recently published a new book, NSW Civil Procedure Handbook, which takes extracts from our NSW Civil Practice and Procedure services and compiles them in a portable court volume to complement your online subscriptions.
A recent media release from the NSW Law Society commented that there could be a rise in family disputes over deceased estates and superannuation due to high divorce rates, high remarriage rates and our aging population.
In this context, Thomson Reuters provides two important resources for succession law practitioners, both of which are available in hard copy and online: Australian Succession and Trusts Law Reports (ASTLR) and Australian Succession Law (ASL).
The latest issue of Workplace Review (Vol 2(1)) is now available online with hard copy to follow shortly. Including feature interview with Senator Chris Evans, articles on right of entry, sham contracting, adverse action and more – the wide range of content in this issue will engage your mind and tickle your humour.