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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: Professor Martin Dixon
Subscription Information: 4 Issues & 1 Referencer a year, Any Time Start
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

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Guidelines for Submissions:
  • We welcome the submission of articles for consideration by the General Editor with a view to publication.
  • In general, articles should be between 4000 – 8000 words. However, longer articles may be considered for publication after consultation with the General Editor. All contributions must be in English.
  • A summary in no more than 50 words should be included for all articles. This will be included within the issue contents.
  • Casenotes should be between 2,000 – 4,000 words in length. However, clear, concise submissions that fall outside these limits will be considered by the Casenotes Editor, and longer submissions may be appraised as articles.
  • Book reviews should meet a guideline of 1,000 words. Please consult with the Book Review Editor if a longer review is desired. The book will become the property of the reviewer on publication of the review.
  • All submissions should be formatted to a basic style – Guidelines for which are available from the relevant editor.
  • All articles and casenotes are peer-reviewed anonymously prior to being accepted for publication. The Editors endeavour to ensure that the review process is carried out as quickly as possible.
  • Copyright in all contributions remains in the contributor. The publishers acquire all publication rights.
  • Submission of a piece will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere.
  • Articles for publication and general correspondence should be sent to: Professor Martin Dixon, General Editor – mjd1001@cam.ac.uk.
  • Casenotes for publication should be sent to: Chris Bevan - christopher.w.bevan@durham.ac.uk or Kester Lees - lees@falcon-chambers.com.
  • Review submissions or books for review should be sent to: Dr Emma Lees - el348@cam.ac.uk.
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Editorial Board:
Professor Martin J. Dixon (General Editor),
Leslie Blohm KC,
His Honour Stuart Bridge,
Professor Alison Clarke,
Professor David Clarke,
The Honourable Justice Berna Collier,
Professor Elizabeth Cooke,
The Honourable Justice Clyde Croft,
Sir Terence Etherton MR,
The Honourable Mr Justice David Hayton,
Martin Rodger KC,
Geoffrey Shindler OBE,
Nicholas Taggart.

Practice & Precedents:
Russell Hewittson
Associate Professor of Law, Northumbria University

Case Notes:

Chris Bevan
Associate Professor, Durham University

Emma Lees
Lecturer in Environmental and Property Law, University of Cambridge

Book Reviews:
Lorren Eldridge
EC Fellow in Legal History, University of Edinburgh


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