Manuscript style and presentation
The Australian Feminist Law Journal prefers submission of works for publication in electronic Form. The journal prefers papers to be submitted in word processing packages such as Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, running under operating systems Microsoft DOS or Windows.
Manuscripts should be submitted double spaced. The journal style should be followed as closely as possible, to eliminate delays at the time of printing where an incorrect style would necessitate changes. The journal style guide can be downloaded below:
Refereeing of articles
The Australian Feminist Law Journal referees all manuscripts submitted for publication as an article and follows the double-blind refereeing procedure. Referees will be selected with expertise in the author's area of scholarship. Authors are requested to place their name and affiliation on a separate page, and eliminate any self-identifying citation of one's own work. This can be done by leaving such citations or reference material blank or otherwise referring to the work in a way which disguises the name of the author. Please do not forget to correct any such omissions where an article is subsequently accepted for publication. Authors should specify whether they wish their work to be considered for the articles or praxis notes section of the journal. The journal will not accept manuscripts for consideration which are already under consideration by another journal. We are reluctant to ask scholars who volunteer their skills in the refereeing process to undertake this often difficult and time consuming task if there is any possibility the manuscript may be withdrawn from publication in the journal on acceptance elsewhere. The Editorial Board aims to provide an author with their publication decision within three months of submission of a manuscript.
Manuscripts should be emailed to the Editor-in-Chief, Judith Grbich, at email@example.com