The ILA Reporter is the official blog of the ILA (Australian Branch). It provides leading analysis, commentary and discussion on issues in public and private international law, which have bearing on Australia and the wider region.
Article submissions are welcome from judges, legal practitioners, academics and PhD/Master students within the field of international law.
Submissions may include analytical articles, book reviews, case analysis, and recounts of recent events in the field of international law. However, the articles should have a connection with Australia.
Submissions must adhere to the Style Guide and be between 400 – 1,500 words. Longer submissions may be accepted for publication at the discretion of the Editors. Contributors and website users agree to be bound by the Terms & Conditions.
To submit an article, please send a copy of the article and a short author byline to ilareporter.org.au.