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Bloomsbury Professional in call for book proposals

04 Nov 2022 / ireland Print

Bloomsbury Professional in call for book proposals

Bloomsbury Professional Ireland is currently accepting proposals for new titles, with a specific focus on banking and finance, medical law, and energy and renewables.

Bloomsbury publishes a wide range of legal and tax titles for the Irish practitioner market in hard copy, as well as its digital service Bloomsbury Professional Online.

Key titles

Some key titles include Wylie on Landlord and Tenant Law by JW Wylie, Courtney on Company Law by Brian Hutchinson, and The Law of Companies by Thomas B Courtney in addition to Kelly: The Irish Constitution by Gerard Hogan, Gerry Whyte, David Kenny, and Rachael Walsh, Practice and Procedure in the Superior Courts by Ben O’Floinn and Law of Torts by Bryan M E McMahon and William Binchy.

The publisher is seeking book proposals from solicitors and barristers, specifically aimed at the practitioner market.

It is looking to expand its highly acclaimed lists in banking-and-finance law and medical law, as well as establishing itself in the growing legal area of energy and renewables.

Interested parties should contact Sandra.mulvey@bloomsbury.com or grainne.mcmahon@bloomsbury.com.

Bloomsbury is also accepting submissions in other areas, and will be happy to discuss proposals.

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