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Address: NTU Law Review, College of Law, No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei City, 10617, Taiwan

Phone Number: +886-2-3366-8962

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The citation format of National Taiwan University Law Review conforms to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th Edition). Besides, a list of references shall be attached to the end of submitted manuscript. The reference format of National Taiwan University Law Review follows American Psychological Association format (APA).  Only academic sources shall be included in the list. The attachment provides a few basic examples for citation and reference. For citations and references to Taiwanese legal material, please provide romanization in Hanyu Pinyin.

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Editor-in-Chief
Chao-Ju Chen
National Taiwan University College of Law, Professor of Law
Editorial Committee (Listed alphabetically by surname)
Wen-Chen Chang
National Taiwan University College of Law, Professor of Law
Albert Hung Yee Chen
University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, Professor of Law 
Huang-Chih Chiang
National Taiwan University College of Law, Professor of Law
Chia-Wen Lee
National Cheng Kung University, Department of Law, Professor of Law
Sean Cooney
University of Melbourne Law School, Professor of Law
Chung-Lun Shen
National Chengchi University College of Law, Professor of Law
Tom Ginsburg
University of Chicago Law School, Professor of Law
Kon Sik Kim
Seoul National University College of Law, Professor of Law
Fort Fu-Te Liao
Academia Sinica Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Research Professor
Chao-Chun Lin
National Taipei University Depart of Law, Professor of Law
Li-Ann Thio 
National University of Singapore Law Faculty, Professor of Law
Student Editors
Yan-Cheng Lai (Chief), Wei-Ling Tseng, Yo-Ming Lin, Chia-Yo Yan

The NTU Law Review invites the submission of original articles, student notes and book reviews on any law related topic concerning Taiwan, China, Asia or any other jurisdiction of the author’s choice.

Submission:
1. The NTU Law Review presumes that any manuscript received has not been, and will not be, submitted elsewhere at the same time. If a paper is under review or has been published or accepted elsewhere, the NTU Law Review will have the right to reject the submission.

2. The submitted manuscript shall include approximately five keywords and an abstract of no more than 250 words. The citation format shall conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. A detailed reference list following the American Psychological Association format shall be attached to the manuscripts.
Starting from Vol. 6, No. 1 (Mar. 2011), the NTU Law Review adopts consecutive pagination. It is advised that articles published with the NTU Law Review will be cited as consecutively paginated throughout the entire volume, including symposiums, if any, in accordance with the Bluebook format, for example:
Jaw-Perng Wang, The Current State of Capital Punishments in Taiwan, 6 NTU L. REV. 143, 143 (2011).

However, articles published prior to Vol. 6 are required to indicate their publishing dates, for example: Cing-Kae Chiao, Sexual Harassment in the Workplace in Taiwan, NTU L. REV., Mar. 2006, at 97, 97.

3. In transliterating non-English characters, where well-established forms do not exist, authors are advised to follow the Wade-Giles system for Chinese characters and the Hepburn system for Japanese.

4. Once a manuscript is published, responsibility for the factual accuracy of the paper rests upon its author(s). The NTU Law Review provides no payment for contribution; however, twenty off-prints will be supplied to the authors free of charge.

5. The manuscripts must be typewritten, in Microsoft Office if possible. Electronic submissions are preferred. All submissions shall be addressed to: National Taiwan University College of Law, No.1, Sec.4, Roosevelt Rd. Taipei 10617, Taiwan.
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Review:

All manuscripts submitted shall undergo an anonymous review process.

Copyright:

Every author whose manuscript is accepted must agree to the proper use of the manuscript by the National Taiwan University College of Law and the NTU Law Foundation by signing the Letter of Authority. The NTU Law Review may exclude the manuscript of any author who refuses to sign the Letter of Authority from publication.

Internet Address:

The NTU Law Review’s homepage is located at http://www.law.ntu.edu.tw/2016/law4/index.php

National Taiwan University College of Law, founded in 1928, is one of the most prestigious law schools in Taiwan. National Taiwan University Law Review (NTU Law Review), founded in 2006, has become a TSSCI-listed journal since. The NTU Law Review publishes on a biannual basis and all the submitted articles will undergo rigorous double-blind peer review process. If the submitted article is accepted, student editors, mostly the graduate students of the College of law, will complete most of the proofreading works and monitor the administrative affairs for publication under the direction and guidance of the Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board of the NTU Law Review.

The main purpose of the NTU Law Review is to promote the understanding of Asian legal systems, deal with the latest legal issues and introduce Taiwanese law in English. Therefore, the NTU Law Review invites the submission of original articles, on any law related topic concerning Taiwan, Asian or any other jurisdictions of the author’s choice.
Since its initiation, the NTU Law Review has published two symposiums. The first one is about the constitution and international human rights law in 2009, and the second one is about benchmarking development of the rule of law in Asia in 2011. Both symposiums invited authors in Taiwan, Japan, Korea and China to write on related issues. It is the goal of NTU Law Review to be a leading publication in Asian comparative laws.

NTU Law Review also holds student notes competition once a year, which is open to all law students in Taiwan to submit their original work. Students participate in the competition will have the chance to practice the legal writing ability and get some feedback from reviewers, who are distinguished and well-known law professors in Taiwan. Student-written pieces won the competition may be selected to be published in the NTU Law Review.

The NTU Law Review aims to become a leading journal in introducing Asian laws, especially the East Asian and Southeast Asian legal systems. In addition, the NTU Law Review will keep introducing Taiwanese laws in English and create a platform for academic exchange with other prestigious universities throughout the world.