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Jun 12, 2017, 09:03 AM
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We are delighted to announce that Family Law journal has won the prestigious British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) Legal Journals Award.
Family Law is the title of reference and record in the field of family law since 1970 and is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidances, in-depth case analysis and topical articles.
Family Law journal is available as either a print or online subscription.
Samantha Bangham (centre) and Jonathan Cailes accept the award on behalf of Elizabeth Walsh and Matthias Mueller.
The award was presented during the Association’s Annual Conference Dinner, on Friday 9 June at The Principal Hotel in Manchester.
Family Law journal is our flagship monthly publication. It sets the highest standard for family law commentary, analysis and news and is regarded as a must-read publication in the field of family law.
It commissions across a broad spectrum of legal professionals, including barristers, judges and academics, and it success has been down to the joint efforts of the Jordans journals team led by Matthias Mueller and the editor Elizabeth Walsh.
The BIALL Award recognises and rewards excellence in legal serials publishing. The judges take into consideration authority, scope of coverage, currency, layout, navigational aids, referencing, originality and value for money.
The Legal Journals Award was established in 2001 and previous winners have included Family Law journal itself in 2009 and the New Law Journal in both 2006 and 2011.