Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (APJEL)
The Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (APJEL) is published in a single volume each year (from Vol. 14 onwards) by the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law (ACCEL).
Latest issue: Volume 16
Table of Contents
Released in November 2013
Note: The article authored by Luther Rangreji in Volume 16 of APJEL must be cited as being published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law. The Editor of the journal Environmental Policy and Law (IOS Press) has advised that an errata will be published in their next issue, as they have mistakenly published the same article.
Subscribe to APJEL
Print: To subscribe to the Journal and/or receive back issues in print format, please refer to the 2014 Subscription Rates and Order Form and email your request to .
Online: Full text is available via the following websites:
- From Volume 12 onwards, current issues are available via Informit: see ‘Informit Collections’ - ‘Databases by subject' - 'Law'
- Back issues Volumes 1 (1996) to 11 (2008) inclusive are available via AustLII: see ‘Libraries’ – ‘Law Journals’
- Note that online access is not managed by ACCEL and is not included in the Centre’s subscription fee. Please check the terms and conditions on Informit and AustLII websites before accessing APJEL.
The Editor-in-Chief of the Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (APJEL), Tim Stephens is currently seeking submissions for future issues of the Journal.
The Journal accepts article submissions of between 8,000 to 10,000 words (including footnotes). Longer or shorter articles may be published subject to the discretion of the Editors. Notes and commentaries including country reports may be up to 4,000 words. APJEL follows the Australian Guide to Legal Citation. All submissions are subject to external peer review. Click here to access the 2011 APJEL Styleguide.
All submissions should be made directly to:
Law Publishing Unit
Sydney Law School
The University of Sydney
Ph: +61 2 9351 0284
APJEL is published annually by the University of Sydney.