Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Legal Editor & Founder of Human Rights Volume
Designer and Video Editor
Legal Researcher & Web Designer
Alexandra Marcy Hall
Alex de Wild
Helena de Guise
The Cambridge Journal of Law, Politics, and Art
A world-leading academic journal jointly run by students and experts. Our commitment to freedom of reasoned expression in the UK and around the world is steadfast.
The Cambridge Journal of Law, Politics, and Art (‘CJLPA’) is a world-leading interdisciplinary journal that publishes leading professionals and experts in their fields. We distinguish ourselves with our unwavering commitment to freedom of expression, ensuring our publications reflect diverse schools of thought across different academic fields. We also offer a platform for talented students to contribute to our diverse collections of articles whilst receiving editorial feedback, to further their academic and professional ambitions. To date, we have released two issues of bold interdisciplinary writing, edited and designed to the highest standard, and distributed across the UK and wider world.
The Journal has been described as: ‘interesting, eclectic and stimulating, by writers representing a remarkably wide range of perspectives’ (Lord Sumption, UK Supreme Court); ‘a remarkable publication, probably unique’ (Lady Arden, UK Supreme Court); ‘an important and courageous cause’ (Professor John Finnis, legal philosopher, Oxford University); and ‘greatly impressive…attractive, professional and intelligent’ (Professor Matthew Kramer, Professor of Jurisprudence, Cambridge University).
We are now working on our third edition, which will be released in multiple volumes across 2024. The first volume, 'The Human Agenda', aimed at exposing human rights violations across the world and inspiring change, is currently going through phased online release. The second volume, for which we are accepting submissions, will focus broadly on the impact technology is having on society.
We very much hope you enjoy reading.