Press: Subscriptions

Justice written question – answered on 31st October 2012.

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Photo of Jon Ashworth Jon Ashworth Opposition Whip (Commons)

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice to which magazines, journals and newspapers his Department subscribes.

Photo of Helen Grant Helen Grant The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Women and Equalities

The Ministry of Justice's Library and Information Service purchases publications for the judiciary, courts, tribunals, and for the Ministry of Justice and Royal Courts of Justice libraries. The Press Office also buys publications. (There is no central record of any subscriptions held by other business units.) The Library and Information Service, and Press Office subscribe to the following:

Adviser Magazine

Aggression and Violent Behaviour


British Journal of Criminology

British Tax Review

Cambridge Law Journal

Charity Law and Practice Review

Child and Family Law Quarterly

Cilex Journal

Civil Justice Quarterly

Computers and Law

Conflict Resolution Quarterly

Construction Law Journal

Conveyancer and Property Lawyer


Crime and Delinquency

Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health

Criminal Justice and Behaviour

Criminal Justice Matters

Criminal Justice Policy Review

Criminal Law and Justice Weekly

Criminal Law Review

Criminal Law Week


Criminology and Criminal Justice

Daily Express, The

Daily Mail, The

Daily Mirror, The

Daily Star, The

Daily Telegraph, The

Digest, The

Economist, The

Entertainment Law Review

Equal Opportunities Review

Estates Gazette

European Current Law

European Human Rights Law Review

European Intellectual Property Review

Family Law

Financial Times, The

Freedom of Information

Guardian, The

Harvard Business Review

House Magazine

Howard Journal of Criminal Justice

IDS Employment Law Brief

Independent, The

Industrial Law Journal

Intellectual Property Quarterly

International Comparative Law Quarterly

International Family Law

International Journal of Children's Rights

International Journal of Constitutional Law

International Journal of Evidence and Proof

International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology

International review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers

Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice

Journal of Criminal Law

Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties

Journal of Environmental Law

Journal of International Family Law

Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice

Journal of Interpersonal Violence Journal of Law and Society

Journal of Offender Rehabilitation

Journal of Personal Injury Law

Journal of Planning and Environment Law

Journal of Private International Law

Journal of Sexual Aggression

Journal of Social Security Law

Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law

Judicial Review


Justice Quarterly

Kemp and Kemp on Damages

Law Quarterly Review

Law Society Gazette

Lawyer, The

Legal Action

Legal and Criminological Psychology Legal Business

Litigation Funding

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial law Quarterly

Lloyd's Maritime Law Newsletter


The Media Lawyer

Medical Law Review

Minority Rights

Modern Law Review

New Law Journal

New Statesman

The Official Journal of the European Patent Office

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

Parliamentary Affairs

Prison Journal

Prison Service Journal

Privacy and Data Protection

Privacy Laws and Business: international report

Privacy Laws and Business : UK report

Private Eye

Probation Journal

Property Law Journal

Psychology, Crime and Law

Public Law and Management

Public Policy Research Journal

Public Servant

Punishment and Society

Sexual Abuse

Solicitor's Journal

Spectator, The

Statute Law Review

Sun, The

Tax Journal

Taxation Magazine

Terrorism and Political Violence

Therapeutic Communities

Times, The

Tottel's Journal of Immigration Asylum and Nationality Law


Violence and Abuse

Vacher's Quarterly

Welfare Rights Bulletin

Women and Criminal Justice

Youth Justice Youth

Violence and Juvenile Justice

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