Journal

The BILA Journal is the official journal of the Association. The Journal was first launched in 1964 and has been published regularly since then.

The current issue of the Journal, no 130 is now available here:

View Issue 130

The BILA Journal is the official journal of the Association. The Journal was first launched in 1964 and has been published regularly since then.

The current issue of the Journal, no 130, is now available here:

VIEW ISSUE 130

The Journal contains articles on various areas of the law from a variety of contributors, whether in private practice, academia or working within the insurance industry as well as book reviews and case notes. Our contributors are all experts in their field. With effect from 2013, the Journal is published on a rolling basis online so that articles are added once they have been accepted and edited, and a bound version is planned for publication in October of each year. In an added benefit for members, this annual bound copy will be sent to every member of BILA free of charge.

If you would like to contribute to the Journal please contact the editor, Dr Caroline Bell, at caroline.bell@aon.co.uk or deputy editor, Dr Miriam Goldby, at m.goldby@qmul.ac.uk.

The Journal is edited using a style guide which may be referred to by contributors. Click here for the Editorial Style Guide.

All accepted contributors will be sent one extra free copy of the printed Journal. (For further copies a discount applies for authors of articles).

All issues are searchable in our on-line library, however, paper copies of Journal 128 may be purchased for £50, please contact office@bila.org.uk.

To mark the Association's 40th Anniversary in 2004, the BILA Charitable Trust, with support from Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP, launched "BILA Journal Online", a website facility designed to make available in electronic format, all back issues of the BILA Journal. Since its launch all missing Journals have since been retrieved, with the kind assistance of the Chartered Institute of Insurance and various BILA members, to create a fully searchable archive of all Journals since 1964. BILA also wishes to thank past editor Jonathan Goodliffe for his work in cataloguing the archive Journal so it is available online.

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