Per Incuriam is the name of the Cambridge University Law Society magazine,
which considers topical legal and business issues. It is a magazine both
for students and run by students, with an edition being produced for each
term in the Cambridge calendar: Michaelmas, Lent and Easter.
The contents of the magazine are varied and incorporate pieces from
practitioners alongside those of current students; past contributors
include Lucy Scott-Moncrieff (Vice-President of the Law Society), Michael
Caplan QC, and Professor James Crawford QC. Per Incuriam aims to be a forum
for the finest young legal minds to have their work published, and each
copy features news articles and careers advice, in addition to a Tripos
section incorporating exemplar first class essay answers into the magazine.
Per Incuriam has recently evolved into a key part of the Society, and
remains at the heart of daily life in the Cambridge University Law Faculty
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Per Incuriam is a free magazine available to all members of the University of Cambridge. For any queries or suggestions regarding Per Incuriam, please contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Per Incuriam Committee