The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG and the Editorial Board of the Journal of Law, Information & Science (JLIS) invite submissions to its current issue, with publication anticipated in May 2015.
Articles received by 5PM Friday 20 March will be subject to a 2-3 week rapid review process.
The JLIS is the premiere sci-tech law journal in the Southern-Hemisphere, with a legacy of three decades of publishing scholarly works about the legal implications of novel science and technology. Back issues of the journal may be found on AustLII, InformIT andHeinOnline,and current papers are available free of charge on the JLIS website.
Form of Submissions
Submissions JLIS invites submissions by 20 March 2015 relating to the above topics, in the form of:
Submission guidelines can be found at http://jlisjournal.org/contributors.html.
Please email your manuscript, along with an abstract and author agreement to email@example.com
A new student/academic model
This year, a Student Editorial Board of William Bartlett, Caitlin Chivers, and Adrian Staples will be assisting with the publication of the JLIS. Desk and peer review procedures will continue to be controlled solely by senior academics with scholarly expertise in the relevant field in line with current JLIS publishing policy. The Student Editorial Board would appreciate your ongoing support and assistance to ensure the continued quality of the JLIS.
Thank you for your time and consideration. We very much look forward to hearing from you.
William Bartlett, Caitlin Chivers, and Adrian StaplesStudent Editorial Board, on behalf of
The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG
Hon Roger Brown, the original Chief Editor of the JLIS writes about its history thirty years on.
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