We are currently looking for staff to join our 2019 Editorial Team. The roles available are listed below.

The Deputy-Editors will assist the Editors-in-Chief in running the Journal.  Tasks will include organising the peer review and editing process, assisting with marketing and business operations, liaising with outside organisations and general day-to-day tasks involved in the Journal’s operation.  This role may provide a platform to apply to be an Editor-in-Chief in the future. 

The Marketing Manager will be responsible for marketing the Journal and raising its profile (including online and on social media).  We are looking for applicants who will take initiative and market the Journal and its events with enthusiasm.  This role may be split into sub-roles depending on the interests and skills of applicants. 

Associate Editors are responsible for formatting articles according to the Journal house style, as well as editing articles for clarity, style, language and structure. We are seeking applications from recent graduates and graduate students for Associate Editor positions. 

Technical Editors are responsible for checking sources, editing citations and formatting footnotes. We are seeking applications from law undergraduate and graduate students for Technical Editor positions.

All positions entail a workload of between 30 to 60 hours per year and are voluntary.

If you would like to apply for one of these positions, please fill out the application form here.  If you are applying to be a Deputy, Associate or Technical Editor please also download this extract. As part of your application, you will need to upload an edited and corrected version of this extract that is compliant with the New Zealand Law Style Guide.

Note: you will be required to login to your gmail account in order to complete the application form. If you do not have a gmail account, please contact us at editors@womenslawjournal.co.nz and we will send the form to you manually.

The deadline for applications has been extended.

Applications for the 2019 Editorial Team now close on Monday 25 March 2019 at 5pm.