Thursday, January 31, 2008
Submissions are now called for Volume 5 of the Elder Law Review. The theme for this volume will be undue influence. The guest editor is Professor Margaret Hall, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law. The closing date for submissions is 1 April, 2008.
Original, unpublished contributions are invited for any of the following sections of the Review:
• The Comments section, which consists of contributions from government, lawyers and aged care representatives, commenting on issues which the contributor perceives to be of contemporary significance.
• News and Current Issues.
• Elder Law in Practice which profiles legal practices, community projects, social justice initiatives and pro-bono schemes from all over the world that specifically target the legal needs of older people.
• The Articles section, containing international refereed scholarly articles about topical issues in elder law. We will consider articles of any length, but prefer them to be between 2000 and 8000 words.
Contributors are reminded that papers should be written in clear language accessible to specialists and non-specialists alike.
Papers must conform to the Australian Guide to Legal Citation which can be accessed at http://www.law.unimelb.edu.au/mulr/.
In particular, contributors should note the conventions regarding footnotes and bibliographies.
For further information please contact Professor Margaret Hall at [email protected]
The Elder Law Review is a refereed journal. Submissions to the Article section are subject to peer review. Publication cannot be guaranteed.