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The Canberra Law Review

The Canberra Law Review is a peer-reviewed law journal published each year by the Canberra Law School at the University of Canberra.

We welcome innovative, cross-disciplinary and creative scholarly articles and commentaries on any area of law and justice.

Inquiries about the Canberra Law Review should be directed to

ISSN: 1320-6702 (Print)

ISSN: 1839-2660 (Online)

Current Issue:  Volume 15(1)

Editors: Dr Sarah Ailwood and Dr Bruce Arnold

Bruce Baer Arnold and Drew Gough

‘Turing’s People: Personhood, Artificial Intelligence and Popular Culture’ 

Benjamin Djung

‘The Statutory Role of Good Faith in Franchising’

Georgia Driels

‘The Limitation Criterion and its Application to the Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Act 2015

Bede Harris

‘Separation of Powers at State Level – Going the Whole Hog Instead of Making the Dog Bark Many Times’

Son Tan Nguyen

‘Integration of Judicial Decisions in Multiple Proceedings before the WTO and RTAS: the Potential Relevance of Article 32 of the VCLT’

Elizabeth Shi and Freeman Zhong

‘Job Security and the Theoretical Basis of the Employment Relationship’

The next issue of Canberra Law Review will appear in the first half of 2019. The deadline for submissions to that issue is 5 February.  A special, digital technology focused, issue will be published towards the end of 2019. The deadline for submissions to that special issue is 1 July 2019