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Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, The
Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, The
Practice Area: Conveyancing
Product ID: 0010-82BV
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: Dr Martin Dixon
Last Release: Jul 2014 / Next Release: Sep 2014
Subscription Information: 6 Issues & 1 Referencer a year, Calendar year
Format: Journal, Hardback
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The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer has long been recognised as the most authoritative journal specialising in the law and practice of conveyancing and allied topics. It features:
  • Conveyancer's Notebook - news of events and developments affecting property and conveyancing
  • Precedents - changes in law and practice affecting drafting of conveyancing forms
  • Reports of recent judicial decisions
  • The latest tax issues affecting property and conveyancing
  • Plus in-depth articles and publication reviews
CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
Contributions
The editors welcome the submission of articles, precedents and casenotes and are pleased to give guidance in advance.
Articles: ideally articles should be between 3,000 to 4,000 words. Longer or shorter submission will nonetheless be considered.
 
Casenotes: The most acceptable length of casenotes is 2,000-3,000 words. However, clear, concise submission that fall outside these limits will be considered.
 
Precedents: In the selection of forms for publication in the Precedent, particular regard is paid to topicality and the development of innovations in content or style, but everyday forms are welcome.
 
Book reviews: There is a guideline of 1,000 words. The book will become the property of the reviewer on publication of the review.
 
All submissions may be sent direct to the appropriate editor or to The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 100 Avenue Road, London, NW3 3PF.
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EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

From Issue 4, 2012:

Editorial Board

Dr Martin J. Dixon (General Editor)
Leslie Blohm QC
His Honour Stuart Bridge
Professor Alison Clarke
Professor David Clarke
The Honourable Berna Collier
Professor Elizabeth Cooke
The Honourable Justice Clyde Croft
The Rt Honourable Lord Justice Etherton
The Honourable Mr Justice David Hayton
Martin Rodger QC
Geoffrey Shindler OBE
Nicholas Taggart
Professor Mark Thompson

Practice and Precedents

Paul Clark, Consultant, Cripps Harries Hall LLP

Casenotes

Nicholas P. Hopkins, Professor of Law, University of Southampton
Kester Lees, Barrister, Falcon Chambers

Book Reviews

Gerwyn Ll. H. Griffiths, Professor of Equity and the Law of Property, University of Glamorgan

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION
Annual subscriptions for this title run from January to December. We will contact you each year to ascertain whether you wish to renew your subscription.
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Sweet & Maxwell,
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Sweet & Maxwell,
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West Yorkshire,
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