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Alexander Kardos-Nyheim

Alexander Kardos-Nyheim

Founder & Editor-in-Chief

Jack Graveney

Jack Graveney

Managing Editor

Thomas Hood

Thomas Hood

Strategy Advisor

William Fulp

William Fulp

Special Advisor

Don Foresta

Don Foresta

Advisory Editor

Lady Arden

Lady Arden

Honorary Editor

Nadia Jahnecke

Nadia Jahnecke

Legal Editor and Founder of 'The Human Agenda' Special Edition

Constance Uzwyshyn

Constance Uzwyshyn

Art Advisor

Leadership Team

Ewan Brown

Designer and Video Editor

Kenan Korn

Legal Researcher and Web Designer

Design Team

Abigail Dore

Abigail Dore

Legal Researcher

Aidan Johnson

Aidan Johnson

Legal Researcher

Alexandra Marcy Hall

Alexandra Marcy Hall

Legal Researcher

Anaëlle Drut-Desombre

Anaëlle Drut-Desombre

Legal Researcher

Angelina Spilnyk

Angelina Spilnyk

Legal Researcher

Eleanor Taylor

Eleanor Taylor

Legal Researcher

Nour Kachi

Nour Kachi

Legal Researcher

Sarthak Gupta

Sarthak Gupta

Legal Researcher

Shahad Alkamas

Shahad Alkamas

Legal Researcher

Solomon Njombai

Solomon Njombai

Legal Researcher

Legal Researchers

Aleksandra Violana

Aleksandra Violana

Editor

Alex Guard

Alex Guard

Editor

Alex de Wild

Alex de Wild

Editor

Ben Keener

Ben Keener

Editor

Daniel Morgan

Daniel Morgan

Editor

Donari Yahzid

Donari Yahzid

Editor

Hanine Kadi

Hanine Kadi

Editor

Hannah Herbert-Owen

Hannah Herbert-Owen

Editor

Helena de Guise

Helena de Guise

Editor

Jem Sandhu

Jem Sandhu

Editor

Mishael Knight

Mishael Knight

Editor

Oona Lagercrantz

Oona Lagercrantz

Editor

Ruairi Smith

Ruairi Smith

Editor

Varda Saxena

Varda Saxena

Editor

Editors

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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.

 

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We are now working on two publications, to be released across 2024. Our special edition, 'The Human Agenda', aimed at exposing human rights violations across the world and inspiring change, is currently going through phased online release. Our third issue, to be released around October 2024, will focus broadly on the impact technology is having on society and the fields of law, politics, and the arts. We are also accepting submissions for rolling online publication.

 

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