State-of-the-art works concerning evidentiary issues of interest in more than one jurisdiction
Novel electronic forum that facilitates the swift exchange of ideas
Research results of interest in other scientific disciplines such as economics, psychology, philosophy and history
Objective International Commentary on Evidence (ICE) is a peer-reviewed journal on evidence law and theory. Its purpose is to promote scholarship and communication about the law of evidence without regard to political or academic boundaries. ICE is a subscription based journal published online, this allows the fastest possible exchange of ideas consistent with peer-review. ICE is a forum for the exchange of ideas; an editorial policy and conditions of publication are formulated to allow authors to advanced their idea’s in ICE and to develop them more fully. The term ‘International’ does not limit our subject matter. We publish works concerning evidentiary issues of interest in more than one jurisdiction. Contributions need not, however, refer to the law of more than one jurisdiction. To illustrate the point, a paper on the definition of hearsay, or a law reform proposal, would be of interest in a number of jurisdictions, even if it referred exclusively to the law of one jurisdiction. In addition, a comparative analysis of scientific evidence would certainly be of interest in more than one jurisdiction for example if it related to novel forms of evidence such as biometrics.
Topics The journal publishes papers on evidence law and theory.
Article formats Articles, Book Reviews, Introductions, Letters, Reponses to an Article
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Editor Dr. Charanjit Singh, Head of the Department of Law and Finance, University of Bedfordshire, UK
Editorial Board Members Ronald J. Allen, Professor, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois, USA Mary Childs, Barrister and Solicitor, Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Sean Doran, Professor and Barrister, Northern Ireland, Honorary Professor of Law, Queen's University Law, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK John Jackson, Professor, University of Nottingham, UK Roger Leng, Reader in Law, University of Warwick, Coventry, England, UK Doron Menashe, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Haifa, Israel Christopher B. Mueller, Henry S. Lindley Professor of Procedure & Advocacy, University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, Colorado, USA Dale A. Nance, Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, Ohio, USA Roger C. Park, Professor and James Edgar Hervey Chair of Litigation, University of California, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco, California, USA Michael Risinger, Professor, Seton Hall University, USA Paul Roberts, Professor of Criminal Jurisprudence, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Chris William Sanchirico, Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Eleanor Swift, Professor and Associate Dean, University of California at Berkeley School of Law, Berkeley, California, USA Peter Tillers, Professor, Benjamin N. Cardozo, School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York, New York, USA Zhuhao Wang, Associate Professor, Institute of Evidence Law and Forensic Science, China University of Political Science and Law, China
Former Editors and Board Members Delicia Bryant, Assistant Editor (1998-99) Law Student, Mississippi College School of Law, Jackson, Mississippi, USA Suzanne M. Collipp, Assistant Editor (1990-00) Law Student, Mississippi College School of Law, Jackson, Mississippi, USA Marilyn MacCrimmon, Board Member (1998-04) Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Claire Williams, Assistant Editor (1998-99) Law student, Mississippi College School of Law, Jackson, Mississippi, USA
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researchers in the field of evidence law and theory