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International Chemical Regulatory and Law Review



International Chemical Regulatory and Law Review

Although it has been 10 years since the ground breaking REACH regulation came into force and fundamentally changed the way chemical substances are regulated, evaluated and authorised, this dynamic and ever changing policy area merits continuous scrutiny and analysis, including in Europe, Asia and North America.

Chemical law experts report on key regulatory and legislative developments in the EU and worldwide and will analyse important processes that shape the interpretation and application of chemical regulation, in particular those of the improvement on protection levels of human health and the environment, international progress of substances’ registration, authorisation and restriction.

ICRL report on the regulation, law & policy governing, inter alia:

•    chemical law and regulation (regional, national, international);
•    Commission decisions (ECHA opinions);
•    European and global Jurisprudence;
•    biocide law;
•    transport law for hazardous materials;
•    patents/Trademarks/licences;
•    chemical registration.

All contributions will be subject to double blind peer-review before acceptance for publication and are required to conform to the author guidelines.

ICRL's Target Audience

The quarterly journal addresses everyone who is concerned with chemical law and policy issues such as academics (in the field of (law, biologists, biochemists, chemists and pharmacists and other relevant research fields), legal practitioners in national and international law firms offering their services to businesses in the EU and globally, government officials working in public administrations and other relevant policy-making and enforcement bodies, Legal experts and judges in domestic, European and international courts as well as consultancies and business professionals.

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