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- University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series (SSRN)
- The Cambridge Law Journal
- International Law Reports
- Other LCIL publications
- Clarendon Studies in Criminology
- Cambridge Studies in English Legal History
- Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law
University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series (SSRN)
The Faculty is pleased to announce the creation of a working paper series on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). The series focuses on the broad range of legal scholarship in all subject areas from members of the Faculty. The papers are published electronically and are available online or through email distribution. More information is available in the SSRN section of the website.
Editors: Professor Brian Cheffins, Ms Jo Miles and Mr Daniel Bates
The Cambridge Law Journal
The principal publication produced under the aegis of the Faculty is The Cambridge Law Journal, founded in 1921. The journal is the longest established university law journal in the country, and has earned an international reputation as one of the foremost legal periodicals in the world. The Editor has always been a member of the Faculty, and the members of the Editorial Committee are appointed by the Faculty Board. Three issues are produced each year.
Editor: Professor John Bell
Book Review Editor: Dr Catherine Seville
Senior Note Editor: Dr David Fox
Secretary and Treasurer: Dr Peter Turner
Editorial Assistant: Mrs Felicity Eves-Rey
International Law Reports
The International Law Reports were begun in 1950 by Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, as a continuation of the Annual Digest of International Law Cases, which began in 1929 under the editorship of McNair and Lauterpacht. In 2012 the series reached volume 150.
Joint Editors: Sir Elihu Lauterpacht, CBE, QC, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; HE Judge Sir Christopher Greenwood, CMG, QC, Peace Palace, The Hague
Assistant Editor: Ms Karen Lee, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law and Girton College
Other LCIL publications
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law also produces the ICSID Reports, containing reports of cases decided under the convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other States, 1965, and related decisions on the international protection of investments (vol. 14); the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal Reports (1983-), which has now reached vol. 38 and the International Environmental Law Reports (vols. 1-5). The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture series is published by CUP under the auspices of the Centre.
Clarendon Studies in Criminology
The Institute of Criminology participates in the publication of the Clarendon Studies in Criminology (published by Oxford University Press). This is a joint venture with the criminology centres at Oxford and the London School of Economics, and is a continuation of the former Cambridge Studies in Criminology.
Cambridge Editors of the Series: Professor Per-Olof Wikström; Professor Manuel Eisner; Professor Alison Liebling
Cambridge Studies in English Legal History
The Cambridge Studies in English Legal History, begun in 1921, is published by Cambridge University Press rather than by the Faculty, but has always had a Faculty member as its general editor. 2009 saw the publication of the fifty fifth volume in the series, which includes many classic monographs.
General Editor: Professor Sir John Baker
A number of other publications are also, in effect, based in Cambridge, because of the close involvement of Faculty members in their production. For instance, the present and previous Literary Directors of the Selden Society (Dr NG Jones, Professor Sir John Baker, Professor SFC Milsom and Mr DEC Yale) are members of the Faculty.
Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law
The Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law was established in 2011, as a continuation of the Cambridge Student Law Review.
The CJICL is a double-blind peer reviewed, open-access journal which aims to publish high-end legal scholarship. It has a particular focus on publishing work that examines the intersection of different international, domestic and transnational legal regimes.
Editors-in-Chief: Andrew Sanger & Rumiana Yotova