The Australian Feminist Law Journal focuses on scholarly research using critical feminist approaches to law and justice. As a Critical Legal Journal we publish research informed by critical theory, cultural and literary theory, jurisprudential, postcolonial and psychoanalytic approaches amongst other critical research practices.
The Journal is an international journal, with an Editorial Board and Advisory Board drawn from scholars in Australia, United Kingdom, and Canada, and publishes research from scholars located in any jurisdiction which supports critical legal scholarship, including Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, United States of America, and Europe, amongst others.
We encourage research into the practices of history, space, time, spirit, image, word, writing and political theology.
Apply to edit Special Issue: Volume 44.1, June 2018
- NEW Call for Proposals to edit Special Issue: Volume 44.1, June 2018 (PDF 118kb)
- Deadline for proposals: 15 December, 2016
Call for Special Issue Editors
- A Call for Proposals to Edit a Special Themed Issue can be found here (PDF 55k)
Current Issue: Volume 42, 2016
Special Issue: Transitional Justice in Law, History and Anthropology
Special Guest Editors: Dr Lia Kent (Australian National University) and Dr Melissa Demian (Australian National University)
Go to Taylor & Francis online to access the articles published in this special issue