Journal of Judicial Administration (JJA)

The former AIJA Executive Director Professor Greg Reinhardt AM edits the Journal of Judicial Administration, which is published in association with the AIJA. It is a subscription-only, peer-reviewed journal published by Thompson Reuters. A list of articles only is kept on this website.

All contributions to the Journal are peer-reviewed and written by leading judges, academics, practitioners and other legal specialists and experts. The Journal is available by subscription through Thomson Reuters. 

To obtain information about the ordering the Journal please email:  or from the Thomson Reuters catalogue. The Journal can also be accessed via Westlaw.

The Journal of Judicial Administration is a leading forum for the discussion of issues surrounding judicial administration and publishes contributions that encourage informed discourse about contemporary issues in areas such as:

  • the efficient and effective operation of courts
  • tribunals and quasi-judicial forums
  • the impact of new technology on judicial administration
  • the impact of new technology on judicial administration
  • the structure, organisation, financing and management of the courts and the court system
  • the appointment, tenure, independence and accountability of judicial officers
  • education programs to enhance the work performance of justice system personnel.

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