|Edited by||Maurice Sunkin|
|ISSN|| 0033-3565 |
Public Law is an academic law journal published four times a year by Sweet & Maxwell. The journal was established in 1956 by J.A.G. Griffith (LSE). Subsequent editors have been: Graham Zellick (Queen Mary, University of London), A.W. Bradley (University of Edinburgh), Dawn Oliver (UCL), Andrew Le Sueur (Queen Mary, University of London) and Maurice Sunkin (Essex University). Its main focus is on British constitutional and administrative law but it also publishes articles relating to other European and Commonwealth jurisdictions and the USA.
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