Acta Juridica 2000 to date (Online)


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  • Format: Online
  • ISBN: 19962088
  • Category: Journals

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This annual thematic journal is published with the Faculty of Law of the University of Cape Town.  Each year a current legal issue forms the focus.

Acta Juridica is also available as part of Juta's Journals Collection Online (2000 to date).

  • Acta Juridica 2000: Developing Delict: Essays in Honour of Robert Feenstra
  • Acta Juridica 2001: Equality Law – Reflections from South Africa and Elsewhere
  • Acta Juridica 2002: Revenue Law
  • Acta Juridica 2003: Criminal Justice in a New Society
  • Acta Juridica 2004: Practice of Integrity – Reflections on Ronald Dworkin and South African Law
  • Acta Juridica 2005: Advancing Women’s Rights
  • Acta Juridica 2006: Comparing Administrative Justice Across the Commonwealth
  • Acta Juridica 2007: Restorative Justice – Politics, Policies and Prospects
  • Acta Juridica 2008: Dignity, Freedom and the Post-Apartheid Legal Order: The critical jurisprudence of Ackermann
  • Acta Juridica 2009: Global Administrative Law
  • Acta Juridica 2010: Modern Company Law
  • Acta Juridica 2011: Pluralism and Development – Studies in Access to Property in Africa
  • Acta Juridica 2012: Reinventing Labour Law – Reflecting on the first 15 years of the Labour Relations Act and future challenges
  • Acta Juridica 2013: Marriage, Land and Custom – Essays on Law and Social Change in South Africa
  • Acta Juridica 2014: South African Law of Succession and Trusts – The past meeting the present and thoughts for the future
  • Acta Juridica 2015: Transformative Justice, A: Essays in Honour of Pius Langa
  • Acta Juridica 2016: Civil Society and International Criminal Justice in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Acta Juridica 2017: Warrior for Justice, A: Essays in Honour of Dikgang Moseneke 

  • Legal practitioners
  • Libraries
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • Students

Key Benefits

  • In-depth up-to-date reflections of the area of law under review
  • Expert editors ensure a consistently high quality of content
  • Consolidated index plus special searches by title, author or citation
  • Hyperlinks facilitate easy navigation
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

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This annual thematic journal is published with the Faculty of Law of the University of Cape Town.  Each year a current legal issue forms the focus.

Acta Juridica is also available as part of Juta's Journals Collection Online (2000 to date).

  • Acta Juridica 2000: Developing Delict: Essays in Honour of Robert Feenstra
  • Acta Juridica 2001: Equality Law – Reflections from South Africa and Elsewhere
  • Acta Juridica 2002: Revenue Law
  • Acta Juridica 2003: Criminal Justice in a New Society
  • Acta Juridica 2004: Practice of Integrity – Reflections on Ronald Dworkin and South African Law
  • Acta Juridica 2005: Advancing Women’s Rights
  • Acta Juridica 2006: Comparing Administrative Justice Across the Commonwealth
  • Acta Juridica 2007: Restorative Justice – Politics, Policies and Prospects
  • Acta Juridica 2008: Dignity, Freedom and the Post-Apartheid Legal Order: The critical jurisprudence of Ackermann
  • Acta Juridica 2009: Global Administrative Law
  • Acta Juridica 2010: Modern Company Law
  • Acta Juridica 2011: Pluralism and Development – Studies in Access to Property in Africa
  • Acta Juridica 2012: Reinventing Labour Law – Reflecting on the first 15 years of the Labour Relations Act and future challenges
  • Acta Juridica 2013: Marriage, Land and Custom – Essays on Law and Social Change in South Africa
  • Acta Juridica 2014: South African Law of Succession and Trusts – The past meeting the present and thoughts for the future
  • Acta Juridica 2015: Transformative Justice, A: Essays in Honour of Pius Langa
  • Acta Juridica 2016: Civil Society and International Criminal Justice in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Acta Juridica 2017: Warrior for Justice, A: Essays in Honour of Dikgang Moseneke 

  • Legal practitioners
  • Libraries
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • Students

Key Benefits

  • In-depth up-to-date reflections of the area of law under review
  • Expert editors ensure a consistently high quality of content
  • Consolidated index plus special searches by title, author or citation
  • Hyperlinks facilitate easy navigation
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

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