Monday, October 8, 2007

law and history

Law and History Review offers a perspective different from any other journal in either law or history. Its wide-ranging articles raise interdisciplinary questions.”
—Cynthia Herrup,
Professor of Law and History, University of Southern California

Law and History Review (LHR) is America's leading legal history journal, encompassing American, English, European, and ancient legal history issues. The journal's purpose is to further research and writing in the fields of the social history of law and the history of legal ideas and institutions. LHR features articles, essays, and commentaries by international authorities, reviews important new books on legal history, and provides legal and social historians with distinguished scholarship in an increasingly recognized and respected field.

LHR is the official journal of the American Society for Legal History.

Subscription Rates

Individual Memberships (based on income):
Below $50,000 $60.00 ($70.00 Non-U.S.)
$50,000 - $74,999 $70.00 ($80.00 Non-U.S.)
$75,000 - $99,999 $80.00 ($90.00 Non-U.S.)
$100,000 - $124,999 $90.00 ($100.00 Non-U.S.)
$125,000 - $149,999 $100.00 ($110.00 Non-U.S.)
$150,000 and above $125.00 ($135.00 Non-U.S.)

Student Memberships:
1 Year, $20.00 ($30.00 Non-U.S.)

Institutions:
1 Year, $100.00 ($110.00 Non-U.S.)

Single issues: $28.00

Back Volumes: Available through William Hein & Co. at 1-800-828-7571

Rates shown are applicable to 2008 subscriptions.

Membership in the American Society for Legal History includes the Journal, and additional membership benefits.

Issued three times per year (SPRING, SUMMER, & FALL)

ISSN 0738-2480

Indexes

Academic Universe Index; America: History and Life; Book Review Index; Expanded Academic ASAP; Historical Abstracts; Index to Legal Periodicals and Books; LegalTrac; JSTOR; OCLC ArticleFirst; Periodicals Index Online; Research Library; Sociological Abstracts; and Worldwide Political Science Abstracts.

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