Media and Arts Law Review
The Media & Arts Law Review publishes articles (generally between 4,000 and 15,000 words) and shorter case notes, update reports, book reviews and conference reports.
Articles submitted to the Media & Arts Law Review are refereed by an anonymous professional peer of the author. The identity of the author should not appear in the body of a submitted article, but the relevant details should be attached to the article. This journal publishes three issues annually.
Authors should provide an abstract of approximately 100 words with a submitted article. All manuscripts submitted to the Media & Arts Law Review should be original and not be under consideration for another publication.
Authors are expected to follow the style guidelines of the Australian Guide to Legal Citation(AGLC).
Contributions are welcome and should be submitted via the Submission portal below. Please submit in Word format only. PDF files or links to external sites are not accepted.
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.
- Tanya Aplin,Professor, School of Law, King’s College London, UK
- Graeme W Austin, Professor, Melbourne Law School and University of Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand
- Lionel Bently, Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, UK
- Delia Browne, National Copyright Director, National Copyright Unit, NSW Department of Education and Training, Australia
- Ursula Cheer, Dean of Law and Professor, School of Law, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
- Michael Chesterman, Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Graeme Dinwoodie, Global Professor, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
- Colin Golvan AM QC, Barrister, Melbourne, Australia
- Reg Graycar, Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, Australia
- Michael Handler, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Dr Vicki Huang, Senior Lecturer, Deakin Law School
- Andrew Kenyon, Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
- David Lindsay, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
- Fiona Macmillan, Professor, School of Law, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
- Brian C Murchison, Professor, School of Law, Washington and Lee University, USA
- Megan Richardson, Professor of Law, Melbourne Law School.
- Sam Ricketson, Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
- David Rolph, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, Australia
International Contributing Editors
- Samtani Anil - Singapore Media Law
Associate Professor, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Anne Cheung - Hong Kong Media Law
Professor, Department of Law, Hong Kong University
- Jonathan Griffiths - UK and European Media Law
Professor of Intellectual Property Law, Department of Law, Queen Mary, University of London
- Lyrissa Lidsky
Dean and Judge CA Leedy Professor of Law, School of Law, University of Missouri
- Roger D McConchie - Canadian Media Law
McConchie Law, Vancouver, Canada
- Andrew Scott - UK and European Media Law
Associate Professor, Department of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science
- David Tan - Singapore IP
Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Kyu Ho Youm - Korean Media Law
Professor, Jonathan Marshall First Amendment Chair, School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oregon