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Information for Authors

The Review prefers that all papers are written in 3rd person, that gender-inclusive language is used, that words and phrases in languages other than English are used only when necessary and that translations are included.

Citation is strictly according to the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) 3rd Ed. Any submissions not complying with the AGLC 3rd Edition will not be accepted. All citations must be in footnotes. A bibliography is not required.

An abstract should be provided when you submit your article (100-200 words).

There is no specific word limit for articles. However, published articles are typically in the range of 4,000-10,000 words.

The Review follows a double-blind refereeing process and authors should not refer to their own work in a way that identifies them to referees.

It is our policy to upload articles from previous volumes to the ALTA Law Research Series (ALRS). Authors may object, and their article will be removed accordingly.

All articles submitted to the Review should:

1. Be an original and scholarly analysis and evaluation of a legal education topic; and

2. Demonstrate awareness of and familiarity with contemporary legal education scholarship by including references to the relevant literature (in the AGLC style).

Where the topic of the article is an innovative approach to teaching law, the article should include details of:

  • The justification for the approach;
  • Scholarly support for the approach;
  • An objective evaluation of the approach; and
  • The practical implications of the approach.

Set up an Account using the 'My Account' link at the top right-hand corner of the journal page.

Follow the instructions below to submit a manuscript to the Legal Education Review. You will be advised in due course regarding the suitability of your article. The submission process consists of the following steps:

  1. Read and accept the Article Submission Agreement
  2. Provide information about yourself
  3. Provide information about any authors
  4. Upload your article

Important points:

  • Your article must be a Microsoft Word document. Graphics must be scalable.
  • The system will create a formal title page for the document.
  • The first page of your article should contain only the title with no acknowledgements, footnote or any other information identifying authors or their affiliations.
  • Ensure that you remove any institutional affiliation and author information from the document properties.
  • Microsoft Office documents should be submitted in MS file versions no earlier than Office 2007.

No part of the submission is final until all steps have been completed and you click the final Submit button.


Before you begin, make sure you have the following items ready:

  • Author(s) names, institutions and email addresses
  • Keywords to describe your paper
  • Abstract
  • File(s) to upload with identifying content removed
  • Cover letter – you will only need to type or paste in the content
  • Acknowledgements