Yearbook of European Law 2010, Volume 29
Transition to Journals
From Volume 29, the Yearbook of European Law will be available as online only, print only, or combined print and online subscriptions from Oxford Journals. The Yearbook of European Law archive is available immediately from January 2011. Customers wishing to take out a subscription can do so by clicking through to the yearbook's journal page: http://yel.oxfordjournals.org/
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Now in its 29th year, theYearbook of European Law is one of the most highly respected periodicals in the field. Featuring extended essays from leading scholars and practitioners, the Yearbook is an essential resource for all involved in European legal research and practice.
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