New Zealand Business Law Quarterly

New Zealand Business Law Quarterly

Chris Nicoll, Chris Noonan

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Code: 30118062

Thomson Reuters, NEW ZEALAND

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The New Zealand Business Law Quarterly (NZBLQ) is New Zealand's leading business law journal. It is a joint venture between the Research Centre for Business Law at The University of Auckland and Thomson Reuters NZ. The NZBLQ aims to provide in-depth, but accessible, analyses of business law issues for both a national and international legal audience. It is a fully refereed journal, with material submitted by academics, from New Zealand and abroad, and by practising lawyers.

The current editors of the NZBLQ are Associate Professor Chris Nicoll and Associate Professor Chris Noonan of the University of Auckland. They are supported by an editorial board of 14 law professors from universities in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Each issue usually contains several substantial articles, and a “Notes and Comment” section with briefer treatment of recent cases or issues.

In addition to the editorial board, section editors have been apThe New Zealand Business Law Quarterly (NZBLQ) is New Zealand's leading business law journal. It is a joint venture between the New Zealand Centre for Law and Business at the University of Auckland and Thomson Reuters NZ. The NZBLQ aims to provide in-depth, but accessible, analyses of business law issues for both a national and international legal audience. It is a fully refereed journal, with material submitted by academics, from New Zealand and abroad, and by practising lawyers. The editors welcome submissions from all jurisdictions where the subject matter falls within the broad parameters of the journal.

The current editors of the NZBLQ are Associate Professor Chris Nicoll, Dr Karen Fairweather and Professor Warren Swain of the University of Auckland. They are supported by an editorial board of ten law professors from universities in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States along with a Supreme Court judge. Each issue usually contains several substantial articles, and a “Notes and Comment” section with briefer treatment of recent cases or issues.

The editors welcome submissions of the following length:

  • Shorter articles: these should be between 4,000 and 6,000 words including footnotes.
  • Case notes: these should be no longer than 1,500 words, excluding footnotes.

The house-style of the journal is the latest edition of the New Zealand Law Style Guide: https://www.lawfoundation.org.nz/style-guide2019/index.html

Submissions should be made to nzblq@auckland.ac.nz

In addition to the editorial board, section editors have been appointed to monitor and advise on the main areas of coverage. The journal thereby aims to keep its readers abreast of current developments in the following areas:

Sections

The following topic areas are covered by NZBLQ:

  • Agency
  • Artificial Intelligence and E-commerce
  • Banking and Insurance
  • Civil Procedure and Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Commercial Property
  • Companies and Securities Regulation
  • Competition and Regulation
  • Consumer Law and Sales of Goods
  • Credit and Security
  • Cross Border Litigation/Arbitration
  • Franchising and Licensing
  • Insolvency and Receiverships
  • Intellectual Property and IT Law
  • International Trade and Shipping
  • Media Law
  • Privacy and Information Governance
  • Professional Liability
  • Restitution
  • Sustainability
  • Tort Law

Publishing details:

  • NZBLQ comprises four issues per year per subscription. It is available in hard copy and online.
  • Each issue normally contains 80-100 pages.

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