Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
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Southern Cross University Law Review    
ISSN: 1329-3737
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Southern Cross University Law Review
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    CAUTION: see exclusive-submissions policy

Requires exclusive submission. Accepts e-mail submissions. The Southern Cross University Law Review is a refereed journal that aims to encourage progressive thinking within the field of legal writing by publishing scholarship that is theoretically based and may draw on a variety of research methodologies. Articles written from an interdisciplinary perspective are particularly welcome. Each edition of the Law Review contains a general selection of articles, a case-note and a book review that provide new and critical insights into the law.
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