Reviewing Books for the New Criminal Law Review
I have recently been appointed the Book Review Editor — along with Peter Ramsay, who is a member of the law faculty at LSE — of the New Criminal Law Review, formerly published as the Buffalo Criminal Law Review. Here is the publisher’s description of the journal’s mission:
Focused on examinations of crime and punishment in domestic, transnational, and international contexts, New Criminal Law Review provides timely, innovative commentary and in-depth scholarly analyses on a wide range of criminal law topics. The journal encourages a variety of methodological and theoretical approaches and is a crucial resource for criminal law professionals in both academia and the criminal justice system. The journal publishes thematic forum sections and special issues, full-length peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, and occasional correspondence.
If any academic readers of this blog are interested in reviewing a book for the journal, which is completely peer-reviewed, please do not hesitate to contact me. We are particularly interested in books on substantive criminal law, comparative criminal law, and international criminal law — but will certainly consider others.
More information about the journal is available here.