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Welcome to the Psychology Press Law Blog, where we publish news and updates about featured products, notable authors, special promotions and discounts. You can also browse our blog posts by category to learn more about products in your area of interest.

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  1. Featured Author - Dr Lilian Richieri Hanania

    The book launch for Cultural Diversity in International Law was held at Livraria Cultura in São Paulo, Brazil. Read about how the event went, find out about this month's featured author and get a copy of the book at a 20% discount.

  2. Free to View Inside International Law

    United Nations Day is observed 24 October annually, and this fall, Routledge Law are pleaed to provide Free to View chapters from some of our best-selling International Law titles and leading papers from Journal articles.

  3. Nomikoi: Critical Legal Thinkers

    View Inside the Works of Nomikoi: Critical Legal Thinkers

    We will be opening up one book each day from the prestigious Nomikoi: Critical Legal Thinkers series for you to view online for free. Each title will be available to access in its entirety for one week, so don't miss out!

  4. Law Textbooks Guide 2014

    2014 Law Textbooks

    Our new and upcoming titles for 2014 cover a wide range of LLB and LLM modules; complete with new editions of classic textbooks, such as Slapper & Kelly and Hudson's Equity and Trusts, and brand new titles, including Contract in Context and Beginning Human Rights Law.

  5. Featured Author - Professor Eva Pils

    Eva Pils, author of China’s Human Rights Lawyers, is the new featured author. Listen to podcasts of her three part interview with China Law & Policy, find out about her book, and see what selection of books are available at 20% discount along with Eva's.

  6. September Subject Newsletter - Lawyers and the Law

    This month's newsletters offers a diverse selection of our latest titles from a range of interdiscipinary fields including Human Rights, International Socio-Legal Studies, Race and Ethnic Studies and more. We're also highlighting some of our older research from the Law, Development and Globalization which is not to be forgotten.

  7. New Series: Post-Conflict Law and Justice - Coming Soon

    Have you ever wanted to write your own book? Find out what this new series is about and get in touch with your book proposal if you're interested!

  8. Beginning the Law

    Beginning the Law with Routledge

    Perfect for pre-course reading, the new Beginning the Law series is a collection of pure introductions which help students come to terms with the basic structure, themes and issues of each discipline before they advance with confidence to their core textbook.

  9. August Subject Newsletter - International Public Law

    Find out about the newest title in this subject area, Incitement in International Law, by Wibke K. Timmermann, and order Reforming the UN Security Council Membership, by Sabine Hassler, which is coming out soon in paperback.

  10. Introducing Law & Literature

    Law & Literature now joins the renowned collection of Routledge journals. Find out more about it, access the first issue for free online, and discover the Discourses of Law book series which has been made available free to view online in its entirety for the first time ever. 

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