INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
To make a submission go to
and click on ‘Submit Article’ in the right hand menu bar.
Review prefers that all papers are written in 3rd
person, that gender-inclusive language is used, that words
and phrases in languages other than English are used only
when necessary and
that translations are included.
Citation is strictly according to the
Australian Guide to Legal Citation
Ed (click here). Any
submissions not complying with
the AGLC 3rd Edition will not be accepted. All citations must be in footnotes.
A bibliography is
An abstract should be provided when you submit your article
is no specific word limit for articles. However, published
articles are typically in the range of 4,000-10,000 words.
Review follows a double-blind refereeing process and authors should not refer to their own work in a way that
identifies them to referees.
It is our policy to upload articles from previous volumes to the ALTA Law Research Series (ALRS).
Authors may object, and their article will be removed
articles submitted to the Review should:
be an original and scholarly analysis and evaluation
of a legal education topic; and
(2) demonstrate awareness of and familiarity with contemporary
legal education scholarship by including references to
the relevant literature (in the
Where the topic of the article is
an innovative approach to teaching law,
the article should include details of: (1) the
justification for the approach; (2) scholarly
support for the approach; (3) an objective evaluation of
the approach; and
(4) the practical implications of the approach.