NTU College of Law publishes a number of well-respected periodicals: the NTU Law Series, the NTU Law Journal and the NTU Law Review.
NTU Law Journal
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National Taiwan University Law Journal was founded in 1971. Its mission is to provide a forum for regular publication of academic papers, aiming at promoting and enhancing domestic legal scholarship.
Over the past several decades, our journal has established itself as the leading and best law journal in Taiwan as well as in the entire Mandarin-speaking world. It is currently listed on the TSSCI (Taiwan Social Science Citation Index) It has been listed by the TSSCI (Taiwan Social Science Citation Index) since the latter’s launch in 2000.
This journal is now published on a quarterly basis, appearing in March, June, September and December. Starting from 2011, a special issue is to be published between July and October. On top of the reviews of developments in the laws of Taiwan, this annual special issue calls for papers on a topic of significance in the hope of stimulating more-in-depth legal research and academic dialogues.
NTU Law Review
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National Taiwan University Law Review (NTU Law Review) was first published in 2006 as all English law journal of College of Law, National Taiwan University. NTU Law Review is selected to be included in Taiwan Social Science Citation Index (TSSCI) by National Science Council and accessible in many internationally renowned legal databases such as Westlaw and HeinOnline. NTU Law Review publishes twice a year, in March and September, with occasional publications of symposia. NTU Law Review is aimed at serving as an international platform for scholars in Taiwan, Asia and beyond to share their academic contributions to legal developments in and outside Asia.
NTU Law Series
National Taiwan University Law Series is a series of law books written by our faculty members. Publications of this series include treatise-form books and collection of essays. Since its first book published in 1975, this Series has published a total of 202 books as of August 2011. To ensure a high academic quality, all books must go through a rigid double-blind review process before their publication.