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C.L.J. (UK) - Cambridge Law Journal

Related Citation: Cambridge L.J., C.L.J. (Canada)


Also known by the now outdated and traditional legal citation of Cambridge L.J.

First published in 1923 by Stevens & Sons Limited, London, for the Cambridge University Law Society (now the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK).

First article and sample legal citation:

Scrutton, T. E., The Work of the Commercial Courts, 1 C.L.J. 6 (1923)

According to the law school, circa 2010:

"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."

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