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Bond Law Review: an Open Access journal

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Bond Law Review : Open Access Week 2021

Meet the editors of Bond Law Review

The Bond Law Review is Bond University's longest-running journal launched in 1989, the same year that the University opened.  It began, of course, as a print journal and has successfully published topical and relevant articles on all aspects of law to the present day.

The move to online, open-access publishing in 2006 ensured that this scholarly journal is accessible to more readers and authors with a wide range of writing formats, from articles to comments and notes on a spectrum of legal issues.  

Bond Law Review is also listed in The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and incorporates that organisation's strict open access guidelines and practice standards.

Bond Law Review's articles cover a wide spectrum of topics

Meet the current editors of this established and well-indexed journal, Professor Rachael Field and Assistant Professor Victoria Baumfield, in the video vignette available in the above slides. 


Rachael Field

Research profile

Read more about Rachael Field

Victoria Baumfield

Research profile

Read more about Victoria Baumfield

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