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ISSN: 1352-7533

The Journal of Personal Injury Law helps you to keep abreast with recent developments in PI, covering the cases, statutes and regulations, with their implications for practitioners. The publication gives expert guidance on personal injury law with articles written by both claimants and defendants.

JPIL provides detailed examination of topics of interest such as periodical payments, offers articles on clinical negligence and covers problems you might face and how to overcome them.

Each section is divided into Liability, Quantum/ Damages and Procedure for ease of reference. The publication also provides analysis and summaries of PI cases, gives you lots of practical guidance on the right procedures to follow and puts forward case commentaries written by the leading PI specialists.

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20% discount for members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers

Sweet & Maxwell are pleased to offer current APIL members a 20% discount on JPIL subscriptions. To take advantage of this exclusive offer simply call 0345 600 9355.


Each issue of the Journal of Personal Injury Law features:


  • In-depth articles on topics of interest by leading authors
  • Offers a balance between claimant and defendant perspectives
  • Each article is introduced by a summary so that you can quickly locate areas of interest

Case and Comment

  • Concise summaries of key cases accompanied by analysis from leading PI specialists
  • Offers guidance on the implications for personal injury practice
  • Keywords help you find the most relevant cases in seconds


JPIL’s editorial board ensures that you have access to the best commentary and analysis from leading practitioners in personal injury law. The journal’s unrivalled team of experts, specialising in both claimant and defendant work, includes barristers, solicitors and academics:

John Spencer, General Editor, Spencers Solicitors
Nigel Tomkins, Cases and Comment Editor, Consultant Director of APIL Training, Legal and Training Consultant
Helen Blundell, The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Colin Ettinger, Irwin Mitchell
David Fisher, AXA Insurance
Julian Fulbrook, Dean of Graduate Studies and Senior Lecturer in Law LSE
Richard Geraghty, Slater Gordon
Mark Harvey, Hugh James
John McQuater, Atherton Godfrey
Nathan Tavares, Outer Temple
Jonathan Wheeler, Bolt Burdon Kemp

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Remember - APIL members get a 20% discount when they order.