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Routledge is committed to publishing information of the highest quality and we are a leading publisher of a wide range of books for everyone, from the general interest reader to the dedicated professional. Discover more about our featured selections below in Law.

Recent General Interest Articles

  1. New Research Series Coming Soon

    Routledge Law are delighted to announce plans for new research series, Law & Politics: Continental Perspectives. Read to find out more of what the series will be about and submit your book proposal. 

  2. Routledge International Handbook of Children’s Rights Studies

    This new Routledge Law Handbook publishing March provides cutting-edge overview of classic research, current research and future trends of Children's Rights. Find out more about the group of leading international experts which have been involved and contributed to this authoritative volume and make sure you get a copy of the book for yourself at the special introductory promotion price. 

  3. ‘The Foundations and Future of Financial Regulation’ FREEBIES

    Three copies of essential Banking & Finance Law text to give away to lucky winners. Read to find out more. 

  4. Major Works Major Giveaway

    If you or your library are interested in legal and political research, click here now, to find out how you could win the complete four volume set of our Law and Politics Major Works Collection worth £895.00.

  5. Medical Law from Routledge

    Find out more about Medical Law books for practitioners, students and academics - browse the 2015 eCatalog, and save 20% on personal purchases when you order from Routledge.com.

  6. Featured Author: Alison Young

    Discover her books and find out more about Banksy's 'favorite criminologist in the world'

  7. Research Picked For World Religion Day

    World Religion Day falls on 18 January. Find a selection of legal research that considers the role of law in religious issues. 

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