Tulane European and Civil Law Forum
Previously known as the Tulane Civil Law Forum. The Tulane European & Civil Law Forum is a journal devoted to topics related to European, comparative, and civil law. Manuscripts are selected by faculty editors and edited with the assistance of student editors, who are chosen by the faculty based on demonstration of interest in the area. Historically the board has included a student editor-in-chief and five or six student editors. The Forum's circulation is both national and international, and as of 2002, seventeen volumes have been published. Those students with foreign language skills are especially encouraged to apply. The Forum has published translations of new works by distinguished European and civil law scholars and has a prestigious board of 70 contributing editors from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Scotland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
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