Legalities welcomes submissions in the broad field of socio-legal studies that are contextually sensitive, theoretically informed, critically engaged and interdisciplinary in scope, including on topics such as law and society, legal geography, law and politics, criminology, law and economy, law and culture, legal history, feminist legal theory, critical race studies, critical legal theory, law and colonialism/imperialism, queer and transgender legal theory, environmental law, law and psychoanalysis, law and literature, law and social activism, animal law, law and education. We are particularly interested in work that speaks to the context of Aotearoa, Australasia and the Global South.
Submissions must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere. Articles should not exceed 10,000 words (including references). A submission of up to 5,000 words (including references) may be considered for our Interventions section and a submission of up to 2500 words for reviews. Papers should be in typed format and double-spaced.
Please send submissions by email to: Trish.Luker@uts.edu.au
The style guide can be accessed here.
Legalities: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Law and Society (Edinburgh UP)
Prof Carwyn Jones, Pūkenga Matua (Te Wānanga o Raukawa) and Honorary Adjunct Prof (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Assoc Prof Trish Luker, (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
Prof John Page, (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Senior Editorial Consultant
Prof William MacNeil, (The University of Queensland and Victoria University, Australia)