Critical feminist research on law and justice
The Australian Feminist Law Journal was created to focus on research that uses critical feminist approaches to law and justice. We publish research informed by critical theory, cultural and literary theory, jurisprudential, postcolonial and psychoanalytic approaches, among other critical research practices.
We publish two issues each year through Taylor & Francis, who handles subscriptions and online access.
CALL FOR PAPERS AND EDITORS
CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue Volume 47.1, June 2021
We are seeking articles for a special issue on Hygiene, Coloniality and Law which will be published in June 2021.
Download the PDF for more information and make your submission by 1 October 2020 to email@example.com
CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Themed Issue Volume 46.2, December 2020
Positioning the Politics of Consent in Law and History.
Download the PDF for more information and make your submission by 15 April 2020 to the managing editors at firstname.lastname@example.org
General style conventions
Send your submissions as a Word file. If this is not possible, please let us know which software you are using and we will suggest a format. Keep a copy of the file as submitted. For more detailed information on style and formatting read our guide and our publisher's website.
Peer review policy
All articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review based on initial editor screening and double-blind refereeing by at least two expert referees. Final publishing decisions rest with the Editorial Board.
Cover art gallery
View past covers of the Australian Feminist Law Journal for inspiration.
- Judith Grbich, Griffith University, Australia (Editor-in-chief)
- Karen Crawley, Griffith Law School (Managing Editor)
- Laura Griffith, La Trobe University (Managing Editor)
- Olivia Barr, University of Melbourne
- Karen Crawley, Griffith University
- Ann Genovese, University of Melbourne
- Kirsty Gover, University of Melbourne
- Laura Griffin, La Trobe University
- Cressida Limon, University of Melbourne
- Nesam McMillan, University of Melbourne
- Yoriko Otomo, SOAS, University of London
- Sundhya Pahuja, University of Melbourne
- Sara Ramshaw, Queen's University Belfast
- Juliet Rogers, University of Melbourne
- Victoria Sentas, University of New South Wales
- Anthea Vogl, University of Technology Sydney
- Jessica Whyte, University of Western Sydney
- Dr Maria Aristodemou, Birkbeck Law, University of London
- Prof Paula Baron, LaTrobe University
- Prof Greta Bird, University of South Australia
- Prof Hilary Charlesworth AO, RegNet, ANU College of Law
- Dr Adrian Howe, Griffith University
- Prof Rosemary Hunter, Queen Mary University of London
- Prof Fleur Johns, University of New South Wales
- Dr Elena Loizidou, Birkbeck Law, University of London
- Prof Jenny Morgan, Melbourne University
- Prof Terry Threadgold, Cardiff University
- Prof Margaret Thornton, Australian National University
- The Honourable Jennifer Coate
- The Honourable Elizabeth Evatt AO
- Justice Marcia Neave AO
- Ms Pat O’Shane AM
- Ms Moira Rayner
Special Issue - Volume 45 is out now
Law's Changing Bodies: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives on Law and Emobidment
Edited by Dr Laura Griffin and Ms Linda Roland Danil
Feminist scholars and theorists have long engaged with the body and questioned its relation to law. This special issue continues this legacy, while also drawing on and contributing to more recent scholarly interest in embodiment, gender and law.