The Melbourne Journal of International Law (MJIL) is a refereed international law journal produced by an editorial board composed of law students from the University of Melbourne.
Covering issues of public and private international law, the MJIL is a bi-annual publication that seeks to cover issues of academic and commercial interest to Australia and the Asia-Pacific area generally.
Editions will be distributed to a wide range of readers and associations, including international organisations, commercial enterprises, law libraries and law students.
The Melbourne University Law Review is a refereed academic that publishes articles on all areas of law, from constitutional to international, jurisprudence and tax.
The Review's Australian Guide to Legal Citation (formerly known as the Style Guide) provides the benchmark for student essays and academic papers in the Law School. It is the standard for the Review itself, as well as many other Australian and overseas legal journals. Copies are available from the Law School Office and the Review Office, or an electronic version may be downloaded from the AGLC website.
The Review welcomes contributions from legal academics, practitioners, members of the judiciary and students. Students are particularly encouraged to submit case notes. Please contact the Review for further details.