NTU Law Review was launched in 2006 and has become a TSSCI-listed journal since. It is a peer-review academic journal, which has had stable and constant submissions from Taiwanese and other East Asian scholars, as well as from European and American scholars. We welcome many kinds of works, such as academic articles, student notes, book reviews, and symposiums. Themes of articles published in our Law Review include important legal issues in various areas of law, especially but not limited to those relating to Taiwan and other East Asian countries, which are approached from both regional and global perspectives. Through a peer review process, we select phenomenal academic works which have great contributions to legal scholarship. Our Law Review was added to the HeinOnline, Westlaw Database, through which you could have access to all published issues.
Once again, we sincerely invite you to submit your academic works in various areas of law to our Law Review, concerning Taiwan, East Asia, and beyond. With your participation, we believe NTU Law Review would become one of the most valuable resources for scholars, students, practitioners, or anyone interested in Taiwan, East Asia, and their relationship with the world. It would be a great honor for us as well as an enormous contribution to legal scholarship in general. We eagerly hope you would help us accomplish this goal. If you have any question or concern, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to receiving your submissions in the near future!
(2022-09-01) If you are interested in which area or what topic is most popular in the NTU Law Review, Professor Sieh-Chuen Huang, who served as the editor-in-chief from August 2020 to July 2022, has created knowledge maps to visualize the features of articles, authors, and their relations. Welcome to explore more of the NTU Law Review through: https://ntulawreview.herokuapp.com/index.html