Australian Journal of Corporate Law
The Australian Journal of Corporate Law provides a forum for interdisciplinary debate and discussion of major contemporary policy and research issues affecting corporate law.
Contributions are invited from academics, researchers and practitioners. High consideration will be given to articles with a strong policy, theoretical or reform focus. Although most articles will have an Australian orientation, articles adopting a comparative perspective or which cast light on the global dimensions of corporate law and regulation are also encouraged. This journal publishes three issues annually.
Authors are expected to follow the style guidelines of the Australian Guide to Legal Citation.
While the Journal does not adhere to a strict word limit, articles would normally be in the range of 8-10,000 words, though longer or shorter pieces may be accepted where appropriate for the topic. Submissions should contain footnotes not endnotes.
An abstract of 100-150 words must be included.
Graphics, tables, graphs and diagrams should be kept to a minimum. They should be in greyscale; no more than 10cm in width; of high resolution; font is to be Times New Roman, no more than 10pt; must not contain footnotes. Graphics not complying with these requirements will not be published.
All contributions to the Australian Journal of Corporate Law are subject to peer review.
By submitting a manuscript for publication in the Australian Journal of Corporate Law, the contributor licenses LexisNexis to publish the manuscript, as approved by the Editorial Board following the peer review process, in the Australian Journal of Corporate Law and in other publications in print or electronic form with due attribution.
By submitting a manuscript for publication in the Australian Journal of Corporate Law, the contributor warrants that the manuscript is an original work, has not been published before, and is not being considered for publication elsewhere, including online publications.
How to Submit
All submissions must be made via the 'Submit an Article' portal on this website. Submissions sent via email will not be accepted.
Submit in Word format only. PDF files or links to external sites are not accepted.
Submissions must be in a 'ready to publish' state, not in draft form. If accepted for publication, authors will have the opportunity to review proofs of their edited work before it is published.
No fees are charged for manuscript processing.
Michael Adams, Head of School of Law, University of New England
Michelle Welsh, Professor, Monash University
Roman Tomasic, Professor, University of South Australia
Stephen Bottomley, Emeritus Professor, Australian National University
Jason Harris, Professor, University of Sydney
Suzanne Le Mire, Professor, University of Adelaide
Wai Yee Wan, Professor, City University Hong Kong