Journals

As part of the NMC’s collaboration with below organisations we would like to call your attention to the following call for papers:

 

Call for Papers

ADRJ

Papers to be submitted to Production Editor, Michelle Flores, at lta.adrj@thomsonreuters.com

 

Association for Conflict Resolution – Conflict Resolution Quarterly

Conflict Resolution Quarterly publishes scholarship on relationships between theory, research and practice in the conflict resolution and ADR fields. Conflict Resolution Quarterly is sponsored by the Association for Conflict Resolution. This call for papers is designed to elicit the latest research, evaluations, and practice notes in the field of Mediation. Each article should include a review of the application literature and support all claims with research and references.

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Newcastle Law School

The Newcastle Law Review (the NLR), the journal of Newcastle Law School, was first launched in 1995. Since that time an impressive array of articles and notes has been published, representing traditional categories of legal scholarship as well as interdisciplinary contributions. Newcastle Law School has reinvigorated the journal and it is now published electronically and an open-access resource to the public.

Newcastle Law School, in collaboration with the Design Committee of the National Mediation Conference 2019, is organising a special edition of the NLR based on the mediation theory and practice. This special issue (National Mediation Conference – Special Mediation Issue) will be published in 2019. We welcome the submission of original and high quality research work on mediation for consideration as to publication in this special issue. Please note that the NLR is a refereed journal. The acceptance of a submission for publication is subject to the outcome of a double blind peer-review process with a final publication determination made by the editors after full consideration of the peer reviews.

In making a submission, the authors’ compliance with the following submission guidelines would be much appreciated:

1) Word limit: 6,000 – 9,000 words

2) Referencing style: Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Fourth Edition, 2018)

3) The deadline for submission is Friday 19 July at 5.00pm. Late submissions will not be considered.

If you have any questions or enquiries in relation to this special edition, please contact:

Dr. Bin Li, bin.li@newcastle.edu.au (Editor, The Newcastle Law Review)

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