The Australian International Law Journal, published by the International Law Association (Australian Branch), calls for papers of between 6,000 -12,000 words on topics of public or private international law.Â Casenotes (2,000-3,000 words) and Book Reviews (1,000 words) within the area of public or private international law are also welcomed.
Contributions should be submitted to the Editor, c/ the Treasurer atÂ firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is 12 September, 2014 and accepted submissions will be published in Volume 21 of the Journal.
About the AILJ: From a modest beginning in 1983, as Australian International Law News, in 1985 the Journal achieved its status as a journal of international standing. The Editorial Advisory Board Members are eminent international lawyers and academics from all over the world.
From 2007, the Journal has been a peer-reviewed law journal.
Recent articles have covered topics including cyberspace, libel tourism in Australia, WTO Membership, illegal timber importation regulation, international arbitration in Australia, deep seabed mining, the European Union and the United Nations. In addition to articles, the latest volume contains symposium papers, surveys of recent decisions of the International Court of Justice and book reviews.
The AILJ has an extensive readership in Australia and internationally.
If you are interested in submitting a paper for consideration, please see the AILJ Guidelines for Authors.