vLex expands its South African collection with new journals

25 January 2022

London, United Kingdom. 25th of January 2022. — vLex is delighted to launch the South African Law Journals Collection in partnership with prestigious publisher, Juta, and Sabinet, a leading information provider. This collection will provide customers with access to over 30 new journals, including The South African Law Journal, The South African Criminal Law Journal, The Yearbook of South African Law, The Lesotho Law Journal, The Malawi Law Journal, and The South African Human Rights Yearbook, among many others. These titles are available alongside vLex’s other extensive collections and, for the first time, researchers can utilise vLex’s award-winning, cross-jurisdictional search tool, Vincent, to explore them in greater detail and effortlessly discover persuasive authorities from their own and other jurisdictions.

We are delighted to announce this new and exciting collection of journals from South Africa. This is the result of the continuation of our successful partnership with Juta, who also provide us with South African case law, and a new and promising relationship with Sabinet. We continue to look for and work with partners with high-quality materials to offer to our customers globally, and this collection of journals is an example of such partnerships involving a prestigious publisher and a leading information provider in South Africa.” — Rose Higgins, Research and Development Coordinator, vLex.

Juta’s legal journals serve as a forum for the expression and scrutiny of evolving jurisprudence both within South Africa, Africa and further afield. All our journals are fully peer-reviewed and subjected to rigorous publication processes to ensure the best of scholarly legal research and analysis. Covering a broad spectrum of legal topics and containing the views and critiques of our foremost academics and prominent professionals, Juta’s law journals offer practitioners and researchers a legal showcase for new ideas, changing attitudes and shifting emphases in South African and African law.” — Brian Wafawarowa, Juta Chief Content and Product Officer.

Sabinet’s African Law Collection contains prestigious trade and scholarly publications relating to South African and African law. It includes publications relating to fields of criminal law, estate planning, human rights law, tax and company law, and other relevant fields. Sabinet is a leading information services provider of African research and South African legal content and is proud to partner with vLex to make the Sabinet African Law Collection available to vLex users.” – Sanet Vos, Head of Product, Sabinet.

vLex is a leading provider of award-winning technology and global legal information, providing access to comprehensive primary and secondary collections from over 100 countries, on one intelligent research platform. Founded over 20 years ago, vLex provides a cutting-edge service for thousands of lawyers, law firms, government departments, and law schools around the world. With a team of over 200 lawyers, engineers, commercial executives, and editorial experts, vLex strives to deliver bespoke technology that enhances research and the connectivity of millions of editorially enriched legal documents.

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