International Trade and Business Law Review
Founded in 1995, the International Trade and Business Law Review (ITBLR) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles, case notes, comments, and book reviews on international trade, business law, investment, commercial arbitration, and governance and regulation. The ITBLR provides a platform for rigorous and thought provoking scholarly and critical debates on emerging issues and developments in international trade and business.
The ITBLR was founded by Professor Gabriël A. Moens, Emeritus Professor of Law, The University of Queensland; Adjunct Professor of Law, Curtin University, Australia, and The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney. Professor Moens retains the title of Founder and Emeritus Editor-in-Chief in relation to the journal.
The ITBLR is now edited by the Curtin Law School, and the Editor-in-Chief is Curtin Law School’s Dean of Law, Professor Robert Cunningham. The ITBLR comprises an International Advisory Board of eminent national and international scholars who peer review submissions, supported by Editorial Consultants Dr Sharmin Tania and Dr Martin Allcock, and Editorial Assistant Meika Atkins. The ITBLR also utilises a Student Editorial Board.
Founder and Emeritus Editor-in-Chief
Professor Gabriël A. Moens Emeritus Professor of Law, The University of Queensland; Adjunct Professor of Law, Curtin University, and The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney.
Professor Robert Cunningham
Dr Sharmin Tania
Dr Martin Allcock
Members of the Student Editorial Board
International Editorial Advisory Board
Professor Philip Evans, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Perth
Professor Henry Deeb Gabriel, Elon University, North Carolina
Professor Luke Nottage, The University of Sydney, Sydney
Professor Dale Pinto, Curtin University, Perth
Dr Kashan Pirzada, Universiti Utara Malaysia
Dr Rajesh Sharma, RMIT University, Melbourne
Professor Binwu Qin, Xiangtan University Law School, P R China