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32 Law & Phil. 1 (2013)

handle is hein.journals/lwphil32 and id is 1 raw text is: Law and Philosophy (2013) 32: 1                 © Springer 2012
DOI 10.1007/s10982-012-9167-9
(Accepted 30 November 2012)
We are honored to take the helm of Law and Philosophy. Over the
past few years, we have served as the Associate Editors, and in that
capacity, have had the opportunity to relish the abundance of high
quality manuscripts submitted to the journal for publication. We
look forward to continuing the journal's legacy of publishing top
quality articles in the field. We also look forward to working with an
outstanding editorial board of leading scholars from across the globe.
As we survey the articles that are already in the publication
stream for Volume 32, we are proud of the outstanding manuscripts
that await publication and we are delighted to begin our editorship
with a special double issue devoted to Victor Tadros' The Ends of
Harm. No one can doubt the contribution Tadros' book makes to
our understanding of criminal punishment, and the symposium
contributors forward the discussion and raise important objections.
As that outstanding special issue makes its way into print, we look
forward to the incoming submissions on Cecile Fabre's Cosmopolitan
War, a special issue that will be guest edited by Jonathan Quong.
Although this change is a professional delight, it is also a moment
of sadness for us, as we say goodbye to our outgoing Editor-in-Chief
Doug Husak, who departs to become sole Editor-in-Chief of Criminal
Law and Philosophy. Doug is organized, collaborative, and insightful,
but more importantly, he is a dear friend to both of us. We will miss
his good judgment and sharp wit. We thank Doug for all that he has
done, and look forward to years of friendship to come.

Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, NJ, USA
E-mail: kferzangcamden.rutgers.edu

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