Editorial roles in academic publications require significant expertise in the relevant field.
Individuals must be at the forefront of their discipline. An appointment to an editorial position normally reflects the recognition and respect of peers for that level of expertise
These appointments also offer staff the capacity to influence and shape the future agenda of their discipline and well as foster the careers of early researchers.
We are pleased to acknowledge the large number and diverse range of editorial roles held by our staff.
|Acting Case Note Editor|
|Australian Journal of Labour Law||Ms Adriana Orifici|
|Critical Perspectives on International Business Journal||Dr Alice de Jonge|
|Cambridge University Press Studies in Law and Society||Professor Chris Arup|
Asia-Pacific Law Journal|
Australia Journal of Asian Law
|Professor John Gillespie|
Assistant Editor at Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law & Affairs|
Associate Editor at Manchester Journal of International Economic Law
|Editorial Board Member|
|Journal of Philosophy of International Law||Dr Jadranka Petrovic|
|Australian Journal of Labour Law||Professor Carolyn Sutherland|