Asian Law Center
Center Supported Publications
Rule of Law Promotion: Global Perspectives, Local Applications (eds.
Veronica Taylor, Per Berling and Jenny Ederlov) (Iustus, Uppsala: 2009)
UW Press Asian Law Series
A series of scholarly monographs and country studies of Asian legal history and contemporary legal reform issues. Recent Publications include:
Law Reviews and Journals
Center faculty have established and/or provide editorial support for the following journals:
- Australian Journal of Asian Law (Sydney: Federation Press)
The leading peer-reviewed journal for the field of Asian Law.
- Asian Law Abstracts (Legal Scholarship Network, Social Science Research Network)
An electronic journal of working papers and abstracts focusing on, but not limited to, the laws of Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, North Korea, the People's Republic of China, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, and issues that cover more than the law of a single Asian nation, as well as legal developments of broad general interest that occur in particular Asian countries. The areas covered include competition law, administrative law, private law, public and constitutional law, judicial systems (especially areas of judicial co-operation), law and development, legal procedure, and legal philosophy and legal theory as they apply to current developments in Asia.
- Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal (University of Washington School of Law)
A student-edited law review supported by Asian Law Center faculty and visitors.
- Journal of Legal Education (American Association of Law Schools)
From 2009 Professor Veronica Taylor serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Legal Education with the role of increasing its coverage of the intersection between legal education, Asian law and development law.
Blogs and Discussion Listservs
Join the conversation on the Asian Law Center’s specialist blogs and discussion list serves on Asian Law and Rule of Law and Development issues:
- China Law
The leading scholarship and practice discussion list for Chinese law, established by Professor Donald C. Clarke (George Washington University), during his career at UW. Professor Clarke remains a valued colleague and an Affiliate Professor of Law at UW.