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ELEVEN由Selma Hoedt创立于2003年10月。 Selma Hoedt在国际法出版方面享有丰富的经验，曾在Martinus Nijhoff出版社和Kluwer Law International出版社有过成功的职业生涯（1990-2001）。
Eleven International Publishing has recently joined in ECPPC. ELEVEN was established in October 2003 by Selma Hoedt, who is no newcomer to international law publishing, having had a successful career with Martinus Nijhoff Publishers/Kluwer Law International (1990-2001).
ELEVENs mission is to continue to build and establish long-term author and customer relationships by offering high quality, sustainable information services. The company is a refreshing blend of being a modern company using the latest available publishing techniques, both in print and online, whilst still offering high quality and traditional standards of service, in addition to many years of staff experience in the field of international law publishing. ELEVEN offers all the advantages of a small publishing house - individual attention, flexibility to respond to the needs of authors, personal service and dedication
ELEVEN aims to support the use of international law by offering high quality and timely publications, targeted at academics, lawyers and policy makers working in government departments and ministries, and by their counterparts in international organizations, both governmental and non-governmental. The areas of law in which ELEVEN is active are: International Law; Constitutional Law; Comparative Law; International Environmental Law; European Law and Air and Space Law. Currently, they have a backlist of 28 titles, and scheduled 17 titles for 2009.
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