About the journal
Capital Markets Law Journal is essential for all serious capital markets practitioners and for academics with an interest in this growing field around the World. It is the first periodical to focus entirely on aspects related …Find out more
Several articles published in CMLJ are free online
Predating the Brexit vote, Charles Proctor, ‘The euro—fragmentation and the financial markets’, explored in what circumstances and by what means an EU Member State could exit the Eurozone.
Also free to read, ‘Making a Greek voluntary debt exchange work’, by Mitu Gulati and Jeromin Zettelmeyer.
Special issue: Capital Markets Union
It’s an opportune moment to devote an issue to considering the funding of economies through capital markets. After all, growth and economic development are dependent on funding and the markets that are the subject matter of the CMLJ are an important (though by no means the only) component in the funding mix available to economies.Read the full editorial
And explore the full Capital Markets Union SI here
CMLJ on the OUPblog
Banks, politics, and the financial crisis: a demand for culture change
In this two part series, Richard Samuel discusses the change in the political climate towards responsibility and accountability in financial markets, and how banks have reacted.
Hedge funds and litigation: A brave new world
As hedge funds and investment funds emerge as strong litigators, both the market and legal systems are undergoing development. Natasha Harrison and Fiona Huntriss discuss more on the OUPblog.View the blog post
The biggest IPOs from across the globe
There have been many instances of record-breaking IPOs from around the world – and as far back in history as 1602. We’ve developed an interactive map, available on the blog, focused on the biggest IPOs from across the globe.Explore the collection
OUPblog contributions from CMLJ authors
Explore all contributions from Capital Markets Law Journals authors and contributors on the OUPblog here.Go to the menu
Jeffrey Golden: international financial disputes
Co-editor Jeffrey Golden speaks to George Miller about the impact of the global financial crisis, and the growing role of mediation in resolving complex financial disputesListen to the podcast
April 2013: Part 1
The editors reflect on what the CMLJ has achieved in its first 8 years, and its future challenges and ambitions.Listen to the podcast
April 2013: Part 2
The editors discuss in more detail what topics the CMLJ covers, including the hypothetical break-up of a currency, for example the Euro, and its implications for contracts.Listen to the podcast
April 2013: Part 3
In the final programme, the editors discuss how the CMLJ can make a positive impact on the function of the markets and their regulation.