The Journal is one of Australia's leading peer reviewed legal journals, and is produced by a voluntary student board. The Journal publishes four Issues annually and is the flagship publication of the UNSW Law School.
About the Editorial Board
The Editorial Board of the UNSW Law Journal comprises up to 40 of the top students enrolled in the LLB or JD programs at the UNSW Faculty of Law. Collectively, this group is responsible for the management and operation of the Journal. In addition, the Dean of UNSW Law and two Faculty Advisors are appointed to advise the Board in carrying out its functions.
Primary responsibility for the publications lies with the Executive Committee, elected by and from the Editorial Board. Comprising the Executive Editor, four Issue Editors and a Digital Editor, the Executive Committee manages the strategic, financial and administrative affairs of the Journal, together with coordinating the selection, review and editing of articles submitted for publication.
Members of the Board
For more information on the Editorial Board, please see the lists of current and past members.
The UNSW Law Journal welcomes submissions on all areas of law. To make an electronic submission, please fill out our submissions form, or email the article to email@example.com.
The Journal is currently welcoming submissions for the following Issues:
Issue 40(4) thematic component, on Cyberspace and the law. Please see the call for submissions for details. Submissions due by 1 May 2017.
The editors will consider articles on any topic for the general component of each Issue. Submissions may be made at any time.
For further information about the status of forthcoming Issues, including launch dates and details of the thematic component of each Issue, see our Submissions page. You can also learn more about the Journalhere.