In 2013, the Review introduced an advance access policy.
Advance versions of articles will be published here as they become available. Advance versions are subject to change prior to the final print and online versions. Advance versions are paginated individually beginning at 1; page numbers will be different from the final print and online version.
Advance versions should be cited as, for example: Michael Crommelin, 'Powers of the Head of State' (2015) 38(3) Melbourne University Law Review (advance).
Volume 41(3) is now published and can be viewed here.
Volume 42(1) Forthcoming
- Disentangling Functionality, Distinctiveness and Use in Australian Trade Mark Law
- The "Price" of Justice?: Costs-Conditional Special Leave in the High Court
- An Implied Freedom of Political Observation in the Australian Constitution
- Interdisciplinarity in Judicial Decision-Making: Exploring the Role of Social Science in Australian Labour Law Cases