Academic journal article Nottingham Law Journal

Editorial

Academic journal article Nottingham Law Journal

Editorial

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I am pleased to introduce the new, improved annual edition of the Nottingham Law Journal which features a series of thematically linked articles in addition to several, erudite submissions on themes of contemporary legal interest. Our thematically linked pieces derive from the Restorative Justice Conference hosted by Nottingham Law School in 2011 and are introduced by Professor Jonathan Doak. Jonathon was a founding member of Nottingham Law School's Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice and I would like to take this opportunity to wish him every success in his new post at Durham Law School.

Volume 21 also includes illuminating articles on principles of judicial review, commercial contracts, immunity in the European parliament and House of Lords reform. We are delighted that so many authors who have previously submitted articles to the Journal for consideration continue to make the Nottingham Law Journal their chosen publication. Although a small team, we work hard to ensure that the reviewing process is both thorough and timely so that authors can be assured that their work is given the attention that it deserves.

This is a challenging time in higher education and the end of the teaching year sees the start of a particularly busy research schedule for many academics. All three research centres at Nottingham Law School have busy programmes ahead. The Centre for Legal Education will be formally launched on 3rd May with contributions from members of the legal profession, former students and academics. …

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