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For Authors

Dear Contributor,

We are pleased to announce the launch of Financial and Banking Law a new collection included in the new Oxford Legal Research Library. The collection brings together some of the leading works in the field and provides an unrivalled resource for practitioners and scholars researching the law of banking and finance. It includes titles covering many specialisms within the general field of financial law including banking law, financial regulation and enforcement, securities, capital markets, funds and Islamic finance.

Delivering valuable content in an interlinked, searchable and easy-to-access format, the service contains authoritative works including but not limited to:

  • Proctor: Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money 7e
  • Derham: Derham on The Law of Set-Off 4e
  • Gleeson: International Regulation of Banking 2e
  • Lastra and Buchheit: Sovereign Debt Management
  • Moloney: EU Securities and Financial Markets Regulation 3e
  • Walker and Purves: Financial Services Law 3e
  • Panasar and Boeckman: EU Securities Law 2e

The above is a list of some of the more established titles and the full list of included works is available here.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for working with us to include your work in Financial and Banking Law. With the publication of our key works, and improvements in user functionality, we are excited to introduce authors and customers to this essential resource. The development of Financial and Banking Law underlines Oxford’s commitment to the dissemination of scholarship, with enhanced functionality enabling flexible user journeys through an increased range of content. These features reflect the evolution of user requirements in a rapidly-shifting digital environment, with more intuitive search tools, and better linking to related content.

We look forward to hearing your feedback; please do not hesitate to get in touch with me if you would like to share your thoughts or views.

Yours sincerely,

Rachel Mullaly
Senior Commissioning Editor, Commercial Law