Frontiers of Law in China
Frontiers of Law in China promotes communication and cooperation between jurists in China and abroad. Articles reflect the substantial advances of Chinese universities in the field of law. These articles, written by Chinese professors and students, come from the top university and professional journals in China and are selected via a rigorous process.
Topics for publication include all main branches of law, including jurisprudence, civil and commercial law, economic law, environmental law, intellectual property, criminal justice, procedural law, administrative law, international law, legal history, and history of legal thoughts. In particular, the journal encourages papers that inspire and contribute to the modernization of legal systems in China, renew jurisprudence concepts, and demonstrate Chinese scholars' achievements in legal research.
The journal's editorial board consists of eminent scholars in the field of law both in China and abroad.
6 Volumes 24 Issues 194 Articles available from 2006 - 2011Browse Volumes & Issues
Jinhai Xu (December 2011)
Pinguang Ying (December 2011)
The 2007 Interpretation of the Supreme Court of China on contractual choice of law: Comments and analysis
Guangjian Tu (December 2011)
- Journal Title
- Frontiers of Law in China
- Volume 1 / 2006 - Volume 6 / 2011
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- SP Higher Education Press
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