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King's Law Journal

journalThe King's Law Journal was established in 1990 as a legal periodical publishing scholarly and authoritative articles and comments on legal issues of current importance to academic researchers and legal practitioners. It has a national and international readership, and publishes refereed contributions from authors across the United Kingdom, from continental Europe, and from further afield (particularly Commonwealth countries and the United States). It is published three times a year by Hart Publishing.

General editor

Keith Ewing

Analysis editors

Eloise Scotford
Sandy Steel
Stephen Gilmore
Barbara Lauriat

Reviews editor

Ying Liew

Founding editor

Robert Blackburn

Editorial committee

Mads Andenas (University of Oslo)
Robert Blackburn
Ben Bowling
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford)
Alison Dunn (Newcastle University)
Piet Eeckhout
Conor Gearty (London School of Economics)
The Hon Mr Justice David Hayton (Caribbean Court of Justice)
Satvinder Juss (King's College London)
Maleiha Malik
Charles Mitchell (University College London)
Rein Müllerson (University of Tallinn)
Peter Oliver (University of Ottawa)
John Phillips
Andrew Simester (National University of Singapore)

Editorial advisory board

Lord Browne-Wilkinson
Lord Mustill
Sir Francis Jacobs
Gareth Jones
Baroness Hale
Hugh Beale

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