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PREFACE

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 October 2021

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The centenary of the Cambridge Law Journal represents an important milestone not only for the Journal itself but for the Faculty of Law at Cambridge. As the current Chair of the Faculty Board of Law, it is an honour and a great pleasure to have the opportunity to write the preface to this special issue, in which we celebrate a hundred years of outstanding legal scholarship by republishing – and offering contemporary reflections stimulated by – a series of seminal articles that have featured in the Journal.

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Professor of Public Law; Chair of the Faculty Board of Law.

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1 Prior to that year, the Journal was published by Stevens and Sons and declared (from 1954 to 1966) “Published under the auspices of the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge” and before that (from 1921 to 1953) “Published for the Cambridge University Law Society”.

2 Wade, H.W.R., “The Basis of Legal Sovereignty” [1955] C.L.J. 172CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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