This policy sets out the terms under which you, the author (or joint author), agree to permit the Melbourne University Law Review Association Inc (‘the Association’) to publish your submission.
No amendment shall be made to this policy without the express written consent of the Editors.
You warrant that:
You agree to indemnify the Association and its Editors for any loss or damage arising from the breach of any of these warranties or for any other liability which may arise in connection with the publication or reproduction of your submission.
You agree to assign to the Association the copyright that you own in your submission on one of the following bases:
and in either case the date of assignment is the date of notice from the Association to you of unconditional acceptance of your submission for publication by the Association.
Upon publication of your submission by the Association under this policy, the Association grants to you an irrevocable, non-transferable, royalty-free non-exclusive licence throughout the world to reproduce and communicate to the public your submission in its final published form for the term of copyright subsisting in your submission, provided that:
Beyond the terms of this licence the Association may grant specific permission for exercises of copyright by you in relation to your submission, if that permission is sought by you prior to those exercises.
You agree that the Editors’ decision on whether the Association will publish your submission shall be final. You should not treat any communication from the Association as an undertaking to publish your submission.
In addition to the Editors’ own review, your submission may be sent for review to external reviewers. Although we try to expedite this process, it may take some time before we can let you know whether or not your submission will be published by the Association.
The Editors will edit your submission to correct any spelling or syntax errors, to put footnotes into house style and, on occasions, to enhance expressions or to clarify meaning. You authorise the Editors to do so without seeking your prior approval. The Editors normally consult the author (or authors) before making any major changes.
The law of the State of Victoria applies to this policy.