Australian International Law Journal

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Click here to view the table of contents for the latest volume of the Australian International Law Journal.

From a modest beginning in 1983 as Australian International Law News, the Journal has become a peer-reviewed law journal of international standing. Article published in the Journal cover a wide range of topics of public and private international law.

The latest volume of the Journal (vol 21) contains articles covering topics such as:

  • Forum non conveniens and the Hague Conference ‘Judgments Project’
  • Maritime piracy
  • Interpretation of human rights treaties
  • Security exceptions in Article XXI of the GATT
  • International law aspects of the search for MH370

If you are interested in submitting a paper for publication in the Journal, please contact the editors by email. Please also refer to the Guidelines for Authors.

Previous Issues:

Previous issues of the journal may be accessed on AustLII.