The Journal publishes contributions about issues that have a legal, medical or bioethical content arising at the interface between health and law, including the delivery of the full range of health services. Its focus is broad, international and cross-disciplinary. It seeks to encourage informed discourse about contemporary issues from empirical, case law, policy and theoretical perspectives.
It contains substantial editorials, and also book reviews, letters, and the following regular columns:
All contributions to the journal are peer reviewed.
The Journal of Law and Medicine is published by Thomson/Reuters: https://legal.thomsonreuters.com.au/journal-of-law-and-medicine-parts-and-bound-volumes/productdetail/72389
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