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Centre for English Legal History

The Centre for English Legal History brings together members of the Faculty, students and visitors researching into all aspects of English Legal History.

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Centre for English Legal History

Cambridge Family Law Centre (CFL)

The Cambridge Family Law Centre (CFL) is a centre of excellence for research and teaching in all aspects of family law and policy, domestic, comparative and international. We offer a unique combination of academic, policy and practice-oriented insight into family law issues around the globe.

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Cambridge Family Law Centre (CFL)

Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice (CCCJ)

The Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice (CCCJ) brings together members of the Faculty, students and visitors researching into all aspects of criminal justice.

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Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice (CCCJ)

Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences (LML)

The Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences was established to advance research and teaching on legal and ethical challenges at the forefront of medicine and the life sciences. It bridges science and law, using legal expertise to help medicine and life sciences develop in responsible and effective ways.

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Cambridge Private Law Centre (CPLC)

The Cambridge Private Law Centre facilitates informed debate and supports the wide dissemination of rigorous and useful research across all branches of private law (including obligations, property, family and private international law) addressed from a variety of perspectives (doctrinal, theoretical, empirical, historical and comparative).

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Cambridge Private Law Centre (CPLC)

The Centre for Business Research

The CBR, a joint venture between Law, the Judge Business School and other Cambridge social science departments, conducts interdisciplinary research on governance, enterprise and innovation'.

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CBR

Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL)

Primarily by way of organizing seminars, workshops and conferences the Centre for Commercial Law promotes research in the fields of corporate law and commercial law, including related areas such as corporate governance, corporate finance and corporate insolvency.

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3CL

The Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS)

The Centre for European Legal Studies promotes understanding of Europe's changing legal landscape through active programmes of research and publication, lectures and workshops, public and professional engagement, international collaboration, scholarly visits and exchanges.

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CELS

Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law

The Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law is a focal point for research, academic discussion, and engagement with the legal profession and policy makers on all aspects of intellectual property law and the regulation of the production and dissemination of information.

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CIPIL

Centre for Public Law

The Centre for Public Law provides a focus for activities in the fields of constitutional and administrative law, and regulation and regulatory systems.

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CPL

The Centre for Tax Law

The Centre for Tax Law promotes the study of tax law through teaching, workshops, conferences, research and publications and, in particular, the Cambridge Tax Law Series published by Cambridge University Press.

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CTL

The Cambridge Forum for Legal and Political Philosophy

The Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy exists to foster interdisciplinary interaction among Cambridge faculty members and students who are interested in issues of legal and political and moral philosophy.

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CFLPP

Cambridge Socio-Legal Group (CSLG)

The Cambridge Socio-Legal Group provides a focus for academics across the University and beyond engaged in socio-legal research, supporting collaborative, inter-disciplinary work through its various activities, in particular its workshop and book projects.

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The Cambridge Transitional Justice Research Network

The Cambridge Transitional Justice Research Network (CTJRN) is an informal association of Cambridge-based scholars interested in transitional justice.

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CTJRN the Cambridge Transitional Justice Network

The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law

The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, which acts as the hub for research in international legal issues in the University, promotes research, publication and debate in international law at the highest level. The Centre, housed in its own buildings close to the Faculty of Law, organizes research projects, supports major publication in its field, maintains active links with research students, arranges talks and seminars, and hosts a significant number of visiting scholars.

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LCIL

Network of Empirical Labour Law Scholars (NELLS)

The Network of Empirical Labour Law Scholars (NELLS) is an interdisciplinary research group that connects individuals undertaking or interested in empirical labour law research. Its members span the disciplines of law, industrial relations, economics and business, and are located across the UK, EU and the world. NELLS aims to facilitate the sharing of information and knowledge about empirical research methods via interdisciplinary and inter-generational dialogue, and to promote the practice of empirical labour law scholarship generally.

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