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Melbourne University Law Review

The Melbourne University Law Review is one of Australia’s leading generalist law journals. Submissions to the Review are subject to independent, anonymous peer review prior to acceptance for publication. The Review is published three times a year and is managed by an Editorial Board comprising students of the Melbourne Law School at The University of Melbourne.

The Review publishes articles on all areas of law, as well as case notes, book reviews and review essays. The Review also publishes shorter comment-style pieces in the Critique and Comment section. Occasionally, the Review produces a symposium edition devoted to a particular aspect of law. Past symposium editions of the Review have focused on the centenary of federation, contemporary human rights in Australia, and tort law.

Publication Details
Name of Publisher: Melbourne University Law Review Association
Place of Publication: Melbourne, Vic.
Resource Type: Journal
ISSN: 0025-8938
Publication Year: 1957-
Publication Frequency: Three times a year
Coverage: Volume 35, Issue 1 (2011) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: Law (General); Laws, regulations & cases