The University of Queensland Law Journal

The University of Queensland Law Journal is one of Australia’s premier law periodicals. Established in 1948, it is arguably the oldest university law journal in Australia.

The Journal's Editorial Committee comprises of an international panel of academics to ensure the Journal's high quality is maintained. Editorial control rests with an academic editor of the TC Beirne School of Law at The University of Queensland.

The Journal is published twice a year, with a general edition appearing in July and a thematic edition in December.

The Journal publishes articles on all areas of law, in addition to casenotes, book reviews and legal comments. The Journal has also, on occasion, produced symposium editions dedicated to a particular aspect of law. Past symposium editions of the Journal have focused on the Mabo decision and the republican movement of the late 20th Century.


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Volume 37 No. 1 2018


  • Kit Barker, Modelling Public and Private Enforcement: The Rationality of Hybridity

  • Chris Noonan, Mediating Between Public and Private Enforcement in Multi-Jurisdiction Settings 

  • Barbora Jedličková, Beyond the Economic Approach: Why Pluralism is Important in Competition Law

  • Ross Grantham, To Whom does Australian Corporate and Consumer Legislation Speak?

  • Simon Bronitt and Alessia D’Amico, Fighting Cartels and Corporate Corruption — Public Versus Private Enforcement Models: A False Dichotomy?

  • Brent Fisse, Redress Facilitation Orders as a Sanction Against Corporations]

  • Caron Beaton-Wells and Julie Clarke, Deterrent Penalties for Corporate Colluders: Lifting the Bar

  • Renato Nazzini, Arbitrability of Cartel Damages Claims in The European Union: CDC, Kemira, Microsoft Mobile

  • Albertina Albors-Llorens, Antitrust Damages in EU Law: The Interface of Multifarious Harmonisation and National Procedural Autonomy

  • Andreas Stephan, Does the EU’s Drive for Private Enforcement of Competition Law have a Coherent Purpose?

  • Spencer Weber Waller, The Temple of Leniency: Thoughts Inspired by the Work of Laura Guttuso

The Journal welcomes submissions on all areas of law from academics, legal practitioners and law students. The Journal aims to publish significant works of scholarship that make an original contribution to different fields of law, including all areas of domestic, international and comparative law, as well as jurisprudence, legal history and the intersection of law with other disciplines.

The Journal is controlled by an Editorial Board. Every article, comment, casenote and book review submitted for publication is subjected to a formal process of double-blind peer review.

Submission requirements

A manuscript should not exceed 10,000 words and should be an unpublished work which is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. The manuscript should be typed, doublespaced and on one side only of A4 sized paper. Contributors are also requested to supply a copy of their manuscript in Microsoft Word format. Style and referencing of submissions should conform to the house style outlined in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation. An abstract of not more than 120 words should be included on a separate page.

Copyright of articles published in the University of Queensland Law Journal is vested jointly in the Journal and the contributor. Apart from any fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), no part may be reproduced without written permission.

Submission deadline

Submissions for the July issue of the Journal must arrive no later than 30 March each year and for the December issue by 30 September. Submissions should be sent by ordinary mail to:

The Business Editor
The University of Queensland Law Journal Committee
TC Beirne School of Law 
The University of Queensland 
St Lucia, Australia, 4072 

Or by e-mail to: Professor James Allan

Issues of The University of Queensland Law Journal may be ordered directly from TC Beirne School of Queensland at the following rates:



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The University of Queensland Law Journal
TC Beirne School of Law 
The University of Queensland 
St Lucia, Australia, 4072