Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association

 

The Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association (JALTA) is an electronic double blind peer reviewed journal. Established in 2008, JALTA is published annually and subsequent to the Association’s Annual Conference. 

 

Only papers presented at the ALTA Annual Conference are eligible for submission for publication in JALTA, subject to editorial discretion and to the peer review process. The 2014 ALTA Annual Conference ‘Thriving in Turbulent Times: Re-imagining the Roles of Law, Law Schools and Lawyers’ is being hosted by the Faculty of Law at Bond University, Gold Coast, from Thursday 10 July 2014 - Saturday 12 July 2014.

 

Please see the information regarding JALTA submissions below. 


Submissions

JALTA publishes articles of between 2,500-5,000 words in length, though articles that are longer than this limit may be considered for publication on a case-by-case basis by the Editor-in-Chief. There is no prescribed number of articles for each issue of JALTA. All submissions should be made by email in double spaced 12 point Times Roman font. An Abstract of approximately 100 words should be submitted on a separate page.

 

Only papers presented at the ALTA Annual Conference are eligible for submission for publication in JALTA, subject to editorial discretion and to the peer review process.  

 

Submissions must be made to: jalta@alta.edu.au


Refereeing

All submissions to JALTA are subject to double blind peer review by appropriate specialists in the field. JALTA satisfies the requirements to be regarded as peer reviewed as contained in current Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) Specifications.  JALTA also meets the description of a refereed journal as per current Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) categories.

 

Copyright
Copyright in articles published in JALTA remains with the author. The author will be asked to sign a copy of the Copyright Licence Agreement before an article can be published.

 

Style Guide
JALTA has adopted as its style guide the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) 3rd Edition, produced by the Melbourne University Law Review.

 

To access the 2013 JALTA Information Booklet, please click here.

 

To download the 2013 JALTA Submission and Copyright Form, which is required to be completed and submitted with all JALTA submissions, please click here.

 

Please send all submissions, or any queries, to jalta@alta.edu.au

 

Previous Editions

For a PDF from a Edition, please select an option below.

 

 

2013

Vol 6 No 1 & 2

Individual Papers Consolidated Edition

2012

Vol 5 No 1 & 2

Individual Papers

Consolidated Edition

2011

Vol 4 No 1 & 2 

 Individual Papers Consolidated Edition

2010

Vol 3 No 1 & 2 

 Individual Papers Consolidated Edition

2009

Vol 2 No 1 & 2 

 Individual Papers Consolidated Edition

2008

Vol 1 No 1 & 2 

 Individual Papers Consolidated Edition

 

 

 

 

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