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The Managing Board of Volume VI of the Cambridge Law Review (CLR) is pleased to invite applications from law students from select universities of particular jurisdictions to participate in our International Editor Programme. The programme allows students from non-English universities to work together with out Editors in the publication of Volume VI and, given that the CLR receives a fair number of submissions from other jurisdictions (particularly the USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong), to contribute their substantive expertise on the laws of their own jurisdiction.

The Cambridge Law Review (CLR) is an independent legal publication run by students of the University of Cambridge which aims to provide a forum for the discussion of contemporary and cutting-edge legal issues.

International Editors of the CLR will be responsible for reviewing the quality of submissions to determine their suitability for publication and will be involved in the substantive editing (but not technical editing, as this will be done by the in-house Editors) of the submissions selected for publication. As far as possible, International Editors will edit works written on the laws of their jurisdiction. Successful applicants will appear on the CLR Masthead for Volume VI.

Applications for the programme are to be made at, and any questions about the nature of the role should be directed to the Editor-in-Chief, Despoina Georgiou, at

We look forward to receiving your applications.