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Juta Law is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with premier online information specialist, Sabinet, that will redefine online legal research.
Juta’s collection of Law Journals champion a range of initiatives supporting the rule of law, legal writing, education, human rights as well as gender and equality causes and are essential to the practice of law and the effective functioning of government and business. With Juta Law being a leader in legal scholarly publishing on the continent, a collaboration with Sabinet and its new and enriched Journals.co.za platform will augment African research content to the entire world by offering the largest collection of African journals available online.
The platform has a host of updated features including a new easy to use drop down menu and streamlined search functionality that greatly improves research efficacy. Embracing the digital information era and ensuring easy access to content, Journals.co.za now features a more responsive mobile friendly design with added e-commerce capabilities that allow for the purchase of single articles via either PayPal or credit card. By combining a state-of-the-art journal platform with one of the largest collections of curated African content and indispensable legal content resources, the Journals.co.za partnership between Sabinet and Juta Law will significantly surpass users’ expectations in a space where quality and relevance rule.
Sabinet Online Managing Director, Rosalind Hattingh says that the partnership is another firm step in Sabinet's journey to meet their vision of providing world-class products and services. Juta Law Managing Director, Andre van Niekerk notes a long history of collaboration between the two organisations and believes the partnership will make South African legal journals more accessible to international scholars, academics and practitioners. “Sabinet provides a window for the world to view Juta’s authoritative legal journal content”, he said.
Juta’s Law collection will be available through www.journals.co.za from 1 April 2017. For more subscription information, contact email@example.com
Posted: 31 March 2017