CRi explains cutting edge IT law developments at national and international level to serve as a source of inspiration and a valuable tool for IT-law practitioners. As a peer reviewed journal, CRi explains and analyses state-of-the-art approaches and solutions to global IT-law challenges in their international context. An international network of reputable correspondents supports CRi in finding top quality submissions by talented authors.

CRi is aimed at practitioners in law firms, law courts, tax consultancy and accountancy firms as well as scientists, IT directors, managers and any company dealing with modern information technology.

Every second month CRi features

Articles with comparative as well as in depth analysis,
landmark Case Law from various jurisdictions and
Updates on legislative and other developments all of which have landmark quality.

Test subscription


Computer Law Review International

Subscribe now to CRi and secure the advantages of legal comparison for your practice: state-of-the-art approaches and solutions from other jurisdictions – every second month, six times a year.

Print (ordering option in German)

eJournal as PDF at De Gruyter