QUT Law Review

QUT Law Review

The QUT Law Review (QUTLR) is an open access, blind peer reviewed, generalist law review which is published bi-annually.

Each year we aim to publish one dedicated Special Issue on a particular thematic area. We will also publish at least one General Issue which will include submissions from a broad range of legal and transdicplinary research areas.

We aim to publish a General Issue in May/June each year and a Special Issue in September or December each year. Any further issues will be published in January/February.

The Journal accepts contributions throughout the year from legal scholars and professionals, academics, practitioners and students across a wide range of legal fields. Contributions should be 6000-8000 words (excluding footnotes) of original work. Authors must register, read the author guidelines and agree to the ethics statement before submitting their papers. We aim for a peer review turn-around time of 4-6 weeks.


 


Vol 16, No 2 (2016): General Edition

Table of Contents

Invited Contribution: 2015 WA Lee Lecture

The Hon J Edelman
1-18

Articles - General Issue

George Williams
19-41
Julia Quilter, Luke McNamara, Kate Seear, Robin Room
42-58
Kieran Mark Tranter
59-81
Peter Sise
82-92

Case Note

Timothy Brendan Gorton
93-109