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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Journal of Commonwealth Criminal Law Print Only

Edited by: James Richardson

ISSN: 2047-0452
Published: June 2011
Publisher: Association of Commonwealth Criminal Lawyers
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Journal
Price: Publication Abandoned
Subscription Type: Annual Subscription
Domestic Renewal Price: £220.00
Overseas Renewal Price: £220.00

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The Journal of Commonwealth Criminal Law is published by the Association of Commonwealth Criminal Lawyers, which was established in October, 2010. Volume 2 was published in November 2011.

The JCCL is available in print, in the UK and overseas, and to both members and non-members of the ACCL, with a discount for annual subscribers.

  • ACCL members, UK/ Overseas price, single issue: £15 / £20
  • ACCL members, UK/ Overseas price, annual subscription (two issues): £25 / £35
  • Non-members, UK/ Overseas price, single issue: £45 / £50
  • Non-members, UK/ Overseas price, annual subscription (two issues): £85 / £95
The JCCL is also available in PDF format free of charge to members of the ACCL.

The price for non-members of the ACCL is £35 for a single issue, and £65 for an annual subscription (two issues), exclusive of VAT.

For further information, please Matthew Regnard