The Law Asia Forum is hosted by Georgetown University Law Center’s Law Asia Institute, an academic organization designed to encourage scholarly exchange between faculty and students of Georgetown Law and their counterparts in East Asia.
The Law Asia Forum was created in 2011 to facilitate discussion primarily, but not exclusively, among Georgetown Law students, visiting fellows, and faculty. As our content grows, we hope to draw on a broader audience, and we welcome contributions from scholars and practitioners in the broader Georgetown community and beyond, including our Asian colleagues.
The Forum’s main working language will be English; however, we also welcome and will include contributions in the major East Asian languages, if accompanied by an English summary.
The Forum provides summaries and updates on working papers, speakers, and recent scholarship relating to East Asian law as well as information about upcoming Events sponsored by Law Asia, including academic symposia, career speakers, and movie nights. In its current stage of development, the Forum will primarily feature the scholarship of our own research fellows and faculty, but we encourage all who are interested to contact a correspondence editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) about contributing to the discussion, holding an event, or improving the Forum.
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