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The Asian Journal of Legal Studies (AJLS) is an open-access and peer-reviewed law journal published by the Asian Law Students’ Association. Founded in 2013, The AJLS serves as an essential academic forum for legal scholars all across Asia.
Beyond providing an academic forum, The AJLS aims to bridge the gap in comparative legal studies within Asia and serve as a prime reference for those within the legal fraternity. The AJLS publishes articles by legal professionals in the fields with a wide range of legal topics, including in-depth articles and commentaries on the legal practices, comparative studies and legal developments in Asian countries.
In order to satisfy its broad publication request, The AJLS is expected to be published biannually in two volumes, in May and July 2018, published in hard-copy form and distributed to 16 ALSA National Chapters and ALSA affiliates.

 

For any applicants interested in publishing their academics works in the AJLS Volume VII of 2018, please submit your CV, article and short description of the author(s) to the Director of Academic Publication;
dir.acpub@alsainternational.org