The Cambridge Student Law Journal is a blind reviewed, student-run legal journal run in association with Cambridge University Law Society and Slaughter & May. The Journal will be publishing its inaugural volume in the first half of 2016. Our aim is to publish articles on a variety of legal topics written by students at all levels as well as early career researchers. We hope that the Journal will contribute to legal scholarship and stimulate academic debate.
The Editorial Board welcomes long articles, short articles, and case comments on all aspects of law, legal history, and legal theory. Long articles should not exceed 12,000 words and case comments should ideally be between 1,000 words and 5,000 words. We are particularly interested in articles from our international colleagues.
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