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The Australian Journal of Law & Religion

The Australian Journal of Law and Religion is the first double-blind peer-reviewed, scholarly journal in the antipodes to focus on the interactions of faith and the legal system. Every issue features articles, short essays, and book reviews from a diverse array of scholars from across the spectrum of religions and ideologies. It is published with the support of the Law, Religion, and Heritage Research Program Team of the University of Southern Queensland.

Published twice a year, all issues are available in print and free online through Open Access. There is no fee for submissions or publication.