Oxford University Press Acquires Law Titles From LexisNexis U.K

August 2004
Book Publishing Report;8/23/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 32, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of the academic law list of LexisNexis U.K. by Oxford University Press in Great Britain. Benefits of the acquisition for both entities; Terms of the strategic deal; Assertion of CEO Henry Reece that the Press will expand its range of law publishing for the undergraduate market; Acquisition of the “Law in Context” book series of LexisNexis U.K.


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