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The Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal

The Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal is the flagship journal of Oxford University’s postgraduate law community, designed for contributions from academics, professionals and policy-makers, wherever situated, on matters of current interest to Commonwealth legal systems. Created in 2001, it provides a forum for international debate on both private and public law topics. Some pieces are explicitly comparative in orientation, while others concern a single jurisdiction only. All pieces published in the OUCLJ are selected on the basis that they are likely to be of interest to a larger Commonwealth audience. All submissions considered for publication are double-blind refereed. The OUCLJ is published by Taylor and Francis.

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The Editors
Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal
Faculty of Law
St Cross Building
St Cross Road
Oxford OX1 3UR

UK telephone: +44 (1865) 271 095

Fax: +44 (1865) 271 493

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