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Current Legal Problems Volumes and Lectures

About Current Legal Problems

The Current Legal Problems (CLP) lecture series and annual volume was established over sixty years ago at the Faculty of Laws, University College London and was soon recognised as a major reference point for legal scholarship.

The continuing strength of Current Legal Problems is its representation of a broad range of legal scholarship, opinion, theory, methodology, and subject matter, while maintaining an emphasis upon contemporary developments of law. A particularly important feature of the lecture series which forms the basis of the annual volume is the participation of members of the judiciary who chair the lectures in a convivial and academic environment.

This year's issue is edited by Jeff King, Charles Mitchell and Virginia Mantouvalou.

View our 2012-13 lectures

Professor Michael Freeman has development a companion volume, Current Legal Issues which is based upon an annual interdisciplinary and international colloquium held at UCL. To date, Current Legal Issues has held international colloquia (and subsequently published volumes) on: