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Australian Journal of Asian Law is the leading peer-edited journal of analysis, commentary and primary material on the laws, legal systems and legal cultures of Asia. It is an initiative of the University of Melbourne Law School, with support and advice from Australian and international colleagues. The journal provides a common forum for ideas and informed debate on current legal issues from a wide range of expert legal scholars and practitioners whose work focuses on Asia. AJAL welcomes contributions from scholars and professionals worldwide. We publish multi-disciplinary, historical and contemporary research and fieldwork in English, including first English translations. Articles may be framed as practical or theoretical contributions to the field. Contributions should be submitted to the editors (law-asianlawjournal@unimelb.edu.au) as an email attachment, using Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format. Standard articles or translations should be 8,000 to 12,000 words, depending on the subject matter; book reviews should be 1,000 to 3,000 words. Intending authors should adopt the style used in this journal - the style guide is available from the editors. The Australian Journal of Asian Law's First Look is a place where researchers and other experts can identify content of interest prior to publication. Feel free to check out our Partners in Publishing page as well: http://ssrn.com/link/Asian-Law-Journal.html
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1.

Designation the Ombudsman Institution as the National Preventive Mechanism: What the Control Yuan of Taiwan Can Learn from the Czech Republic, Georgia, Norway and Slovenia?

University of Melbourne Law School, Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look
Taiwan Foundation for Democracy
Posted: 21 Jul 2019
First Look: Under Review
Downloads 5
2.

Securing Trade Deals: Matters of Longer Term National Interests or Short Term Economic Interests?

American Accounting Association
Posted: 06 Jul 2019
First Look: Under Review
Downloads 7
3.

A Renewed Call for Hybrid Tribunals

New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP), Vol. 52, 2020
Elon University School of Law
Posted: 29 May 2019
First Look: Under Review
Downloads 13
4.

Subordinate Judiciary in India: A Snapshot of Problems and Reforms

U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper Forthcoming
Independent
Posted: 23 May 2019
First Look: Under Review
Downloads 15
5.

Economic Development and Environmental Enforcement for Local Governments in China

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Forthcoming
Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU) - School of Law
Posted: 15 Apr 2019
First Look: Under Review
6.

The Enforceability of Formalised Customary Land Rights in Indonesia

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Forthcoming
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) - Faculty of Law
Posted: 15 Apr 2019
First Look: Under Review
7.

Enforceabillity of Class Arbitration Waivers; A Leap in the Dark

Babcock University - School of Law and Security Studies
Posted: 25 Mar 2019
First Look: Under Review
Downloads 15
8.

Su’ud Rusli’s Constitutional Court Challenge: Overhauling Clemency in Indonesian Death Penalty Cases?

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 2, 2018
City University of Hong Kong (CityUHK) - School of Law
Posted: 09 Nov 2018
First Look: Under Review
9.

Advancing the Healing Theory of China’s Contract Law for Oral Land Sale Contracts: A Legal Reform Recommendation

Australian Journal of Asian Law (2018)
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Posted: 29 Oct 2018
First Look: Under Review
10.

Cross-Border Insolvency and Debt Restructuring Law Reform in Singapore: Reflections on the Hanjin Shipping Case

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 2, 2018
University of Melbourne, Law School, Students
Posted: 18 Oct 2018
First Look: Under Review
11.

Prosecuting Pirates: Maritime Piracy and Indonesian Law

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 2, 2018
London School of Public Relations, Jakarta and Coventry University - Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations
Posted: 18 Oct 2018
First Look: Under Review
12.

Between Law, Politics and Memory: Indonesia's National Commission on Human Rights and the Quest for Justice for Past Human Rights Crimes

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
University of Melbourne - Faculty of Arts
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
13.

Legal Engineering in a Contest Over Space in Bali

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2019
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Faculty of Law and Center for Southeast Asian Social Studies (CESASS)
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
14.

Sentencing Guidance in the Indonesia's Criminal Code Reform Bill: For Whose Benefit?

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
University of Melbourne - Law School
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
15.

Palm Oil in Indonesia and Natural Resources Management: Why the Lack of a Legal Framework?

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
University of Melbourne, Law School, Students
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
16.

How Chinese Judges Deal with Ambiguity in Corporate Law: Suggestions for Improving the Chinese Case Precedent System

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
17.

International Parental Child Abduction and India – Attempting Engagement with the Hague Convention

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
South Asian University - Faculty of Legal Studies and South Asian University - Faculty of Legal Studies
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
18.

The State of the Right to Privacy in Philippine Jurisprudence

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
University of the Philippines, Department of Philosophy and College of Law
Posted: 31 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review
19.

Clemency and Constitutional Duties in Indonesia: A Promise Made is a Promise Kept?

Australian Journal of Asian Law First Look, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2018
Independent
Posted: 25 Jul 2018
First Look: Under Review