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Monash University Law Review
The Monash University Law Review is a scholarly refereed law journal, which publishes two editions each year. Issues typically contain a number of articles with critical analysis of contentious legal issues written by professors, judges, and legal practitioners. The Review also contains case and legislative commentaries, law reform critiques and book reviews. The Monash University Law Review publishes articles on a wide range of areas of legal scholarship, including common law, equity, constitutional and administrative law, criminal law, civil procedure, critical theory, feminist theory, international law, corporate law, property law, legal education, and legal history.