75 Mod. L. Rev. [i] (2012)

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Volume 75

J.S. Anderson
Roger Brownsword
M.R. Chesterman
W.R. Cornish
Howard Davies
Gerald Dworkin
J.M. Evans
Judith Freedman
Lord Giddens of Southgate

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Hugh Collins, General Editor
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Liz Fisher, Legislation and Reports Editor
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Andrew Lang, Joint Cases Editor
Giorgio Monti
Andrew Murray, Joint Articles Editor
Thomas Poole, Reviews Editor
Mike Redmayne
Helen Reece
Erika Szyszczak
Stephen Weatherill
Charlie Webb

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