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Routledge Law publishes research monographs, Handbooks and textbooks across a wide range of subject areas, from leading international authors, and new and upcoming legal scholars. Here you can browse our new titles, find out more about key texts, series and authors, or search by subject area or text type. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Email us at

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78Series in Law

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2,246New Products

  • Lloyd's Maritime Atlas of World Ports and Shipping Places 2016

    29th Edition

    Published since 1951, Lloyd's Maritime Atlas is the oldest and most respected atlas in the shipping industry. It provides a comprehensive reference for locating the world’s ports and shipping places, including major canal and river systems in addition to all of the main road, rail and airport…

    Hardback – 2015-11-25
    Informa Law from Routledge

  • Conservative Criminology

    A Call to Restore Balance to the Social Sciences

    By John Wright, Matt DeLisi

    Conservative Criminology serves as an important counterpoint to virtually every other academic text on crime. Hundreds of books have been written about crime and criminal justice policy from a variety of perspectives, including Marxist, liberal, progressive, feminist, radical, and post-modernist.…

    Hardback – 2015-11-25

  • Inspecting and Diagnosing Disrepair

    By Patrick Reddin

    Inspecting and Diagnosing Disrepair provides housing officers, surveyors, landlords, tenants, lawyers and environmental health inspectors with the essential information they need to record, diagnose and remedy disrepair. Pat Reddin presents technical information methodically, including useful…

    Paperback – 2015-11-24


Our textbook publishing programme remains at the heart of the Routledge Law list. Law textbooks cover a wide range of legal subjects, across compulsory and optional modules of the standard LLB course.

Routledge Law Companion Website

Many textbooks from Routledge Law, including The English Legal System, Constitutional and Administrative Law and Equity and Trusts, are complimented by a Companion Website. Available features include:

  • Highly interactive, innovative multi-media technology including streaming video, downloadable podcasts, multiple choice question test banks, online assessment and results tracking
  • Fully customized content and design to suit the requirements of each individual textbook
  • VLE content delivered via a password-protected lecturer area, enabling lecturers to import all textbook-related resources into an institution’s own VLE
  • Useful links sections, seamlessly connecting the user to bonus related content, references, journal articles and more

Companion Websites are accessible through the textbook product pages, or view the complete list of available companion websites.

The Student Law Review

The Student Law Review continues to be the single most popular publication for law students. Published termly, three times a year, the Student Law Review provides up-to-date coverage across the entire syllabus. Written and edited by a team of acknowledged experts with many years’ experience of law practice and teaching, the articles manage to be accessible, clear and of a high academic standard. Concise case notes illustrate significant facts and the consequences of of recent judgements while changes to legislation are expertly summarised and explained.

For more information please visit The Student Law Review.


With different series’ available to suit different learning styles and needs, Routledge Revision helps LLB students to achieve exam success.

Series available in Routledge Revision include:


Routledge are well-known for publishing books across the social sciences and humanities that challenge conventional wisdom, and provide new ways of interpreting the world. Routledge Law continues this tradition by offering a range of successful and distinctive research titles making available cutting edge and influential research by both established authors and up-and-coming academics.

Glasshouse Books

GlassHouse is the leading publisher of texts in the areas of socio-legal studies and critical legal theory, specialising in books that offer a fresh perspective on law and contemporary legal issues. Our aim is to publish books that re-think conventional approaches to law, and that address new objects or subjects of legal enquiry. Books that are innovative as well as scholarly, and that inspire and provoke as well as inform. Books with a critical edge. And, particularly, books that draw upon the insights and frameworks of other disciplines: sociology, politics or philosophy; but also other social science and humanities disciplines, such as cultural studies, geography, economics, social policy, history and literature.

Routledge Research in Law Books

Routledge is one of the few commercial publishers who continue to publish and invest in specialised academic research. At a time when many publishers have chosen to focus almost exclusively on student textbooks, Routledge is committed to publishing important research produced by the academic community. Our research titles form part of the successful Routledge Research programme which is recognised by academics and libraries the world over, ensuring the books achieve a worldwide readership.

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Editorial Contacts

  • Fiona Briden, Senior Publisher, Routledge Law and Informa Law

    Fiona Briden oversees the Law, Environment & Sustainability publishing programmes at Routledge and has specific responsibility for commissioning textbooks for the UK LLB and GDL markets. She is committed to channelling the very best in pedagogic practice to develop innovative and engaging textbooks that continue to meet the evolving needs of both lecturers and students. She is also dedicated to the expansion of the Routledge Law programme within the US and welcomes proposals from prospective authors based in North America, whether they be textbooks, edited collections, or single-authored monographs.

  • Katie Carpenter, Senior Commissioning Editor, Routledge Research monograph

    Katie Carpenter commissions research monographs, edited collections, and handbooks in law. The books on her list include innovative research by up-and-coming academics alongside titles by more established authors which offer thought-provoking and often critical analyses. Key areas include international law, human rights law, medical law, intellectual property, constitutional law, finance and banking law, and terrorism and law, reflecting the current vitality and diversity of legal scholarship.

  • Rob Gibson, Senior Editor
    Routledge textbooks and monographs

    Rob Gibson commissions LLM and other upper-level textbooks, academic monographs and research handbooks on the Routledge law list.

  • Amy Jones, Editor

    Amy Jones works on the Informa Law from Routledge imprint, which is the professional publishing arm of the Routledge Law list. She commissions books for lawyers specialising in Maritime, Transport, Environment and Energy law as well as non-legally trained professionals in the surrounding fields. Her key series include the Lloyd’s Shipping Law Series, the Maritime and Transport Law Library, the Lloyd’s Environment and Energy Law Series, and Lloyd’s Practical Shipping Guides. Whilst her books most commonly focus on English law, they will often be relevant to professionals practicing internationally and in other jurisdictions where that law is used.

  • Colin Perrin, Commissioning Editor, Law & Society books

    Colin Perrin commissions books that aim to rethink conventional approaches to law and contemporary legal issues: books that address new objects or subjects of legal enquiry, and books that are innovative as well as scholarly and that inspire and provoke as well as inform. Titles on his list cover a range of globally relevant work in the fields of legal theory, law and society, and law and the humanities. His list also includes several series in topical areas such as Law, Justice, and Ecology; Transitional Justice; Law, Development, and Globalization; Law and Politics; Social Justice; Law, Science and Society; Law and the Postcolonial; Space, Materiality, and the Normative; and Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

  • Joshua Wells, Editor, Informa Law from Routledge

    Joshua Wells works on the Informa Law from Routledge imprint, which is the professional publishing arm of the Routledge Law list. Specialising in Construction, Commercial, Insurance, and Arbitration law, he commissions black-letter law books for a legally trained audience as well as practical guides in these areas useful for legal and non-legal professionals alike. He can be found on LinkedIn.


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