ILA Reporter is the official blog of the International Law Association (Australian Branch).
It provides leading analysis, commentary and discussion on issues in public and private international law, which have bearing on Australia and the wider region.
International Law Association (ILA)
The ILA was founded in Brussels in 1873. It has consultative status as an international Non-Governmental Organisation, with a number of the United Nations specialised agencies.
The objectives of the International Law Association (Australian Branch) are to promote study, elucidation and advancement of international law, both public and private, encourage the study of comparative law and the making of proposals to unify law in the face of conflicts of law, and further international understanding and goodwill amongst persons of Australian citizenship and normally resident in Australia.
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Jennifer Tridgell is the Editor-in-Chief and Esther Pearson is the Editor of the ILA Reporter. You can contact them at: email@example.com
Article submissions are welcome from judges, legal practitioners, academics and PhD/Master students within the field of international law.
High quality of articles is essential, while authors have discretion to decide their topics.
To submit an article, please send a copy of the article and a short author byline to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Word Limit & Style
Suggested length for article submissions is 400-1,500 words.
Shorter articles are more likely to be read, although the Editors acknowledge that certain topics may require discussion at greater length. In this case, articles may be split into two parts.
Authors must adhere to the Style Guide, which is available here.
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International Law Association (Australian Branch) National Committee 2017