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High Court Quarterly Review, The

The High Court Quarterly Review is the first refereed law journal dedicated to analysis of recent decisions of the High Court of Australia. Each edition, the Review is to contain up to 10 articles, averaging 5,000 to 10,000 words in length, exploring the reasoning and implications of a particular recent decision, or collection of recent decisions, handed down by the High Court of Australia.

The Review consists of separate sections in which articles will occasionally be published on:

  • The history of the High Court and its justices
  • Empirical studies of High Court decisions, interpretation and reasoning
  • Theoretical perspectives of the High Court
  • Cases granted special leave to appeal to the High Court, and
  • Comparative analysis of superior courts
  • The Review is intended to be an essential reference point for practitioners, academics, judges and law students.

    Publication Details
    Name of Publisher: Sandstone Academic Press
    Place of Publication: South Yarra, Vic.
    Resource Type: Journal
    ISSN: 1449-9037
    Publication Year: 2005-2009
    Publication Frequency: Three times a year
    Coverage: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2005) - Volume 5, Issue 3 (2009) (Comprehensive)
    Subject Covered: Laws, regulations & cases; Civil procedure & courts