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The ADR Bulletin presents short articles and news items on dispute resolution and conflict management. It is published by the Bond University Dispute Resolution Centre.
The ADR Bulletin was established in 1996 in Australia and since that time the editor, Professor Laurence Boulle of Bond University, has overseen the creation of 110 print issues.
In 2007, the publishers sold the Bulletin to the Bond University Dispute Resolution Centre with Laurence Boulle continuing as editor. The Dispute Resolution Centre proposes to -
- continue publishing 8 copies each year in hard copy
- gradually digitise 100 historical hard copies and make them freely available on the e-publications@bond website
- continue the wide range of short topics and contributions from the dispute resolution world
See the e-publications Dispute Resolution Centre sister site.
© Copyright is vested in the Bond University Dispute Resolution Centre, Faculty of Law, Bond University, and in each author with respect to his or her contribution.
ISSN - 1440-4540
Please note: This journal is no longer in production
Australian Journal of Clinical Education (Interdisciplinary)
The AJCE is an open access double blind peer-reviewed journal devoted to issues of practice and innovation in clinical education across the two disciplines of Law and Health.
The journal is administered by the Centre for Professional Legal Education at the Faculty of Law, Bond University.
All articles are published under an Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) Creative Commons licence.
Call for Papers:
We are pleased to announce that the Australian Journal of Clinical Education (AJCE) is now accepting manuscripts for review and publication in its forthcoming issue. Authors intending to submit papers are invited to download the "Author Instructions" pages from this site and submit their manuscript to the editors.
Please refer to the Submission Process in the adjacent sidebar.
Bond Law Review (Faculty of Law)
The Bond Law Review is a refereed journal that publishes articles, comments and notes on the whole spectrum of legal topics and issues.
The BLR is published twice each year by the Bond Faculty of Law Review Editorial Committee.
The current issue of Bond Law Review is available in hardcopy by subscription. All previous issues of this journal are available on this site.
© Copyright is vested in the Faculty of Law, Bond University, and in each author with respect to his or her contribution.
ISSN 1033-4505 print, ISSN 2202-4824 online
Bond University Student Law Review (Faculty of Law)
First established in 1995 and re-launched in 2006, the Law Students Association of 2015-16 is humbled to announce its re-launch of the Third Edition of the Bond University Student Law Review. The Review is a prestigious student-run publication aimed at providing commentary on a wide spectrum of legal issues – from domestic to international.
The Bond University Student Law ReviewReview provides an avenue for the publication of high quality writing by law students. The Faculty prides itself on developing in our students a wide range of skills essential to lawyers in any field. This Review showcases in particular the exceptional research, writing and analytical skills developed by some of our top law students.
A source of pride for the Faculty is that the Student Law Review is a student initiative run by the students for the students. Their focus on quality has ensured that all published papers are subject to rigorous scrutiny. Articles are refereed by a professor with expertise in the relevant area and each article is then subject to thorough editing by the student committee.
The opportunity for students to publish in a refereed journal is rare. It will provide employers with clear evidence of student writing and the high level skills that they have developed. The Bond University Student Law Review can only enhance the reputation of both the Faculty and students by providing an avenue for publication of valuable scholarship.
Corporate Governance eJournal (Faculty of Law)
Established in 2005 by the Centre for Commercial Law, the Corporate Governance eJournal (Bond) is an Australian journal on corporate management law. The eJournal has an international and comparative law focus. Contributors will discuss and analyse all aspects of corporate governance law and practice, with special emphasis on company directors' powers and duties.
The eJournal is published online as each article or note is refereed, accepted for publication, edited and posted on the web. From time to time, selected contributions will also be published in monographs.
The eJournal will be of interest to lawyers, managers, law and management academics and students. Articles are written by leading researchers, practitioners and students in aspects of corporate governance law and practice.
Culture Mandala: The Bulletin of the Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies (Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies)
The Bulletin of the Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies
The Culture Mandala is a Bulletin aimed at increasing academic and public awareness of cultural and political affairs which impact on East-West relations.
Published by the Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies, Faculty of Society and Design, Bond University.
R. James Ferguson
© Copyright is vested in the Faculty of Society and Design, Bond University, and in each author with respect to his or her contribution.
ISSN 1322-6916 print
ISSN 2202-4832 online
EASSC Publications (East Asia Security Centre)
For information about the EASSC Peer-Reviewed Publishing site or its publications please contact:
Jonathan H. Ping
International Journal of Banking and Finance (Bond Business School)
This journal site is an archive of IJBF publications from 2003-2013.
To access articles published since 2014 please follow the link to the Universiti Utara Malaysia IJBF journal site.
The idea for an international journal was mooted at the first meeting of the international scholars who met in Crete, Greece, at the 2001 conference of the International Society for Banking & Finance (ISBF). It was felt then that there was room for an internationally-focused banking and finance journal to meet the growing demand for publications of scholarly studies coming from across the world rather than from major centres. The International Journal of Banking and Finance (IJBF) was then founded in 2001 with its inaugural issue appearing in 2003.
The IJBF is part of the ISBF efforts to provide a publication forum for international scholars in banking and finance to disseminate their theoretical, empirical and applied research through anonymously blind peer review process. The founding editor, 2001-04, was Dilip Ghosh, Seton Hall University. M. Lakehal-Ayat of St Johns College, Rochester Institute of Technology, served during 2005-2009 as joint editor with M. Ariff of Monash University, Australia. The journal is edited in the locations of the current editors’ universities. The journal is financed by the University Utara Malaysia which also provides the hard copy print services and distribution of the issues to the subscribers.
The primary criteria during the review and selection process of the submitted papers are sound theoretical basis, valid empirical application and analysis, and contribution to the fields of banking and finance. The primary criteria in the final selection of the papers once the review process is complete are quality, originality, and relevance to the international banking and finance fields.
Legal Education Review (Faculty of Law)
Legal Education Review
The Review’s Mission
The Legal Education Review is an independent, open access, refereed Journal. Its objectives are (1) to encourage and disseminate within Australia & internationally high quality research into legal education and;(2) to inform and stimulate discussion, debate and experimentation on topics related to legal education. All articles are published under an Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives Creative Commons Licence: CC-BY-NC-ND.
Call for Papers
Our schedule allows for rolling submissions, meaning we allow authors to submit their works throughout the year without regard to deadlines. We are currently accepting submissions.
Owen Dixon Society eJournal (Faculty of Law)
The Owen Dixon Society was founded at Bond University in 1994 in honour of Sir Owen Dixon. Its members include law teachers, students and practitioners who support the ideals of a University education in Law put forward by Australia’s most eminent Judge, Sir Owen Dixon (1886-1972).
This is a peer-reviewed journal.
Public Infrastructure Bulletin (Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture)
The Public Infrastructure Bulletin is published twice annually by the Bond University Mirvac School of Sustainable Development. It aims to promote debate and discussion about the conception, development and management of public infrastructure projects.
The articles presented in the Public Infrastructure Bulletin are a combination of topical discussion and fully refereed articles. Refereed articles will be noted as such and this process can be arranged through the editorial committee.
Copyright in material published in the Public Infrastructure Bulletin remains with the author. Reproduction is permitted for educational, non-commercial purposes only, with appropriate referencing.
Views expressed are those of the authors and are not necessarily endorsed by the publisher.
Revenue Law Journal (Faculty of Law)
Established in 1989, the Revenue Law Journal is an Australian journal with an international focus on all aspects of taxation. One volume of the Revenue Law Journal is published each year. The Revenue Law Journal is circulated to law libraries throughout the world, to practitioners, academics and law students. Articles are written by leading tax thinkers and are scrutinised by experts of international standing.
The Revenue Law Journal is a refereed journal. Manuscripts are reviewed by expert referees prior to acceptance for publication. The practice is that two reviewers, who are experts in the field or on the topic of the article and are professional peers of the author, are consulted for advice on acceptance for publication.
Copyright in each article is retained by the author(s). The Centre for Commercial Law at Bond University Law Faculty retains copyright in each issue of RLJ as a compilation.
ISSN 1034-7747 print
ISSN 2202-4859 online
Sports Law eJournal (Faculty of Law)
Established in 2005 by the Centre for Commercial Law, the Sports Law eJournal (Bond) is an electronic journal on sports law. The eJournal has an international and comparative law focus and contributors will discuss and analyse all aspects of sports law and regulation.
The eJournal is published online as each article or note is refereed, accepted for publication, edited and becomes available on the web. From time to time, selected collections of contributions will also be published as monographs.
The eJournal will be of interest to sports lawyers and administrators, sports managers and leaders, sports participants and sports law and management students. Articles are written by leading researchers, practitioners and students in all aspects of sports law.
Spreadsheets in Education (eJSiE) (Bond Business School)
Spreadsheets in Education (eJSiE) is an open access electronic journal devoted to the publication of quality refereed articles concerned with studies of the role that spreadsheets can play in education. Our aim is to provide a focus for advances in our understanding of the creative uses of spreadsheets in constructivist educational contexts.
This is an open access on-line journal. All accepted papers are published and made available at no cost to the author or the reader.Copyright in material published in Spreadsheets in Education remains with the author. Reproduction is permitted for educational, non-commercial purposes only, with appropriate referencing as required by the Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) Creative Commons licence attached to each article. Please feel free to browse the site and to contact us if you have constructive feedback regarding eJSiE.
The National Legal Eagle (Faculty of Law)
With the intent of making the law more accessible to everyone, the production of The National Legal Eagle is consistent with Bond Law School’s commitment to school and community education. It is aimed at High School Legal Study students and their teachers, particularly from schools involved in extracurricular activities, such as National Law Week and the Mock Trial Competition.
The National Legal Eagle is a journal sponsored by Bond University’s Law School and published by the Law Society of New South Wales. Production commenced in 1983 and it is published twice each year [since 1995] with Autumn and Spring editions.
This is an incomplete online series. We would be grateful to hear from anyone who may have a missing issue of this journal. Please the Repository Coordinator.
© Copyright is vested in the Faculty of Law, Bond University, and in each author with respect to his or her contribution.