Judicial Review aims to be a focal point for sharing information
and ideas on the developing law and practice of judicial review.
All contributions to this end are welcome.
2. The journal specialises in short articles ideally of no more than 2,500 words.
Papers to be considered for publication should be sent to either of the Editors
in electronic version. We ask that titles, headings and subheadings should be
short and footnotes kept to a minimum. In addition, articles should contain
the names and locations of all authors. We also ask that any cases referred to include both neutral citations and the most authoritative reported citation. The Editors reserve the right to make changes.
3. Copyright in articles accepted for publication will vest
in the contributor, although contributors will be asked to sign a copyright
licence agreement with Hart Publishing. We rely on contributors to obtain and
supply with the manuscript written permission for any quotation from
copyrighted sources. Contributors will receive a free copy of the journal in
which their article appears.
4. The address for all Editorial correspondence is: Michael Fordham QC
James Maurici email@example.com or
Richard Moules firstname.lastname@example.org