The South African Law Journal is South Africa's premier law journal. It a peer-refereed journal, which publishes articles, notes and case notes, as wells as book reviews on all fields of law. Founded in 1884, it is one of the the oldest law journals of its kind in the world. It provides a forum for scholars and practitioner, from South Africa and elsewhere, to reflect on issues that are internationally significant and locally relevant. The SALJ aims to be essential reading for those inside and outside South Africa who wish to keep abreast of the development of the South African legal order and its relationship to legal issues internationally.
From Volume 120, Issue 1, 2003 to the latest available issue (Refer to Table of Contents below)