About UNSW Law Journal
The UNSW Law Journal is one of Australia’s leading academic legal journals, and one of the few to be produced entirely by a voluntary student board. It is the UNSW Law School’s flagship publication and one of the most widely cited legal reviews in Australia.
As one of the most influential legal reviews in Australia, the UNSW Law Journal is renowned for its noteworthy and topical content aimed at contributing to contemporary legal debate. The UNSW Law Journal is a refereed publication, committed to publishing articles that are relevant not only to academics, but also to legal and business professionals. It is widely cited in academic texts, other scholarly journals, Hansard, parliamentary committees, government reports and in the news media. It is also regularly cited in court judgments, including from the High Court of Australia.
The UNSW Law Journal has a diverse and influential readership. It is distributed among Justices of the High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia and Supreme Court of NSW. Subscribers also include government departments, non-government organisations, law firms and universities worldwide. In addition, the Journal is accessed through leading online legal services HeinOnline, AustLII, WilsonWeb and Informit e-Library.