New Criminal Law Review Joins University of California Press

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Journal formerly published as Buffalo Criminal Law Review begins quarterly publication Winter 2007.

University of California Press Journals + Digital Publishing is proud to announce that commencing with Volume 10, Issue 1, it will begin publishing New Criminal Law Review: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal. 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.

"Teaming up with University of California Press is the next logical step for a journal founded ten years ago to feature and foster cutting-edge and topical criminal law scholarship from throughout the world."

—Markus D. Dubber & Lindsay Farmer, Editors-in-Chief, New Criminal Law Review

"During the past ten years, Markus D. Dubber has built a fine reputation and respectable following for Buffalo Criminal Law Review. We look forward to working with him and Lindsay Farmer to expand that base and bring even greater visibility and accessibility to New Criminal Law Review."

—Rebecca Simon, Associate Director for Journals and Digital Publishing, University of California Press

Beginning with the January, 2007 issue, New Criminal Law Review (formerly published as Buffalo Criminal Law Review) will move to a quarterly publication schedule and will release issues in January, April, July and October.

The journal publishes thematic forum sections and special issues, full-length peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, and occasional correspondence.

Subscription and other information can be found at http://www.ucpressjournals.com

EDITORS-IN-CHIEF PROFILE

Markus D. Dubber is Professor of Law and Director, Buffalo Criminal Law Center, SUNY Buffalo School of Law. He is the author of The Police Power: Patriarchy and the Foundations of American Government (2005) and Victims in the War on Crime: The Use and Abuse of Victims’ Rights (2002)

Lindsay Farmer is Professor of Law at the University of Glasgow, UK. He is the author of Criminal Law, Tradition and Legal Order: Crime and the Genius of Scots Law 1747 to the Present (1997).

New Criminal Law Review

Editors-in-Chief: Markus D. Dubber & Lindsay Farmer

Releases: January, April, July, October

First UC Press Release: January, 2007

Individual Subscriptions: $60/yr

Student/Retired Subscriptions: $25/yr

Institutional Subscriptions: $180/yr

Institutional Electronic Subscriptions: $150/yr

ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS

Established in 1893, University of California Press has grown over the past century to become one of the most reputable and distinguished university publishers in the United States. UC Press publishes a full spectrum of respected works, from inventive first books by young academics to journals containing the results of the research and creative thinking of many of the world's foremost scholars. The Journals and Digital Publishing Division of the Press currently publishes 54 scholarly journals in a wide variety of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, with concentrations in musicology, history, cultural studies, sociology, law, and area studies. The Journals and Digital Publishing Division has publishing partnerships with a number of scholarly societies, including the American Anthropological Association, with which UC Press has launched AnthroSource®, an innovative digital collection of core anthropological scholarship.

http://ucpressjournals.com

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