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Tulane European and Civil Law Forum

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Tulane European and Civil Law Forum  
Discipline Civil law; European law
Language English
Publication details
Publisher
Frequency Annual
Standard abbreviations
Tul. Eur. & Civ. L.F.
Tulane Eur. Civ. Law Forum
Links

The Tulane European & Civil Law is a predominantly faculty-run law journal published out of the Tulane University Law School. The Journal's Board of Contributing Editors is made up of 51 scholars from ten European countries and the United States.[1]

Rankings

The Journal has been ranked #2 out of 18 peer-edited law journals in the world, and #1 out of 3 European Law peer-edited journals in the United States.[2]

References


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