This year marks quite a few firsts for the UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence. The issue you are holding in your hands – or are reading on your screen – is the first one to be launched in March. As such, it is the issue that makes the UCLJLJ a biannual publication for the first time. But it is also the first issue that is open access; thereby contributing to freely available knowledge and scholarship. While the UCLJLJ is thus keeping up with the times, it is also staying true to its origins in that it remains a generalist publication open to practitioners and academics alike. There is no better way of showing this than to point to the eight papers assembled here.
How to Cite:
Richards, D., (2015) “Preface”, Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 4(1).