February and March saw the Lexis Library secure 28 new journals. In late April there will be two more journals added to the library. These are:
1. European Review of Contract Law (Archive from 2005) *
This Journal deals with contract law and serves as a pan-European platform for discussion and analysis. Since the early 2000's, European Contract Law has come to encompass an increasingly comprehensive body of law. The foundations of contract law, examined from many perspectives and in view of various national legal systems and an increasing number of disciplines, are currently being discussed in great detail in the European arena. European Contract Law comprises diverse areas of the law such as sales, standard contract terms, distribution chains, marketing practices, research and development agreements, contract law copyright aspects, financial and investment services contracts, insurance contracts and e-commerce as well as non-discrimination within and beyond labour law and more generally, important aspects of labour contracts and other symbiotic contracts.
2. European Company and Financial Law Review (Archive from 2004)*
European law has become a steadily more dominant factor in determining national European Company laws. The "European Company", the forthcoming "European Private Company" and the Regulation on the Application of International Financial Reporting Standards have accelerated this development. It aims at universities, law makers on both the European and national levels, courts, lawyers, banks and other financial service institutions, in house counsels, accountants and notaries who draft or work with European company law.