The Monash University Law Review is the flagship academic journal of Monash Law School, managed by student editors and supervised by faculty advisors.
Founded in 1974, the Review is committed to publishing cutting-edge and timely scholarship on a wide range of legal issues. Every year, the Review publishes one volume of articles, comprised of three separate issues. From time to time, the Review releases a special issue dedicated to particular legal field or problem. In the past, our special issues have covered topics such as climate change, intellectual property and non-adversial justice.
In addition to analytical articles on contentious legal issues, the Review is interested in publishing case notes, legislative commentaries and book reviews.
Subscriptions to the Monash University Law Review are held by libraries and law schools all over the world, in addition to many Australian and international law firms and practitioners.
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