Looking back at 2021

Books, E-books and journals

New from Intersentia Online

Coronavirus and the Law in Europe (Open Access)

With COVID-19 impacting businesses and consumers, many pressing legal questions are raised. This project examines the legislation and its consequences in European states, bringing together contributions from over 85 academics and practitioners in one coherent, open access resource.

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Intersentia Online is a new online database that provides instant access to quality law resources. By combining technology, publishing knowledge and expert authors, this platform can encompass resources that are quality-assured, topical and updateable. The database includes both Open Access and paid for content, in a range of formats: articles, monographs, case commentary and more.

Introducing Intersentia

Introducing Intersentia

We believe that publishing is personal. Watch our new video to meet the Cambridge team, see how we work and find out what we stand for.

Spring Catalogue 2021

We are delighted to present the works of our authors in this 2021 spring catalogue. Despite the challenges of the last year, we continue to publish a strong portfolio of books that explore topical issues and contribute meaningfully to their respective fields. We've also been exploring new technological possibilities with the launch of our new online platform, Intersentia Online.

Browse the catalogue to find out more about the exciting projects we are working on!

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eBook Collection


Intersentia has made over 200 books available digitally for both individuals and institutions.

Institutions can access our eBooks via Cambridge University Press's academic digital publishing platform, Cambridge CoreCambridge Core is the online home of over 34,000 academic books and over 370 journals.

Individuals can purchase individual eBooks via our website.

Discover our eBooks on Cambridge Core