Peking University Transnational Law Review Announces AY2016-17 Executive Board and New Members
Peking University Transnational Law Review has completed its AY2016-2017 selection process for member editors and a new executive board.
The Law Review is pleased to introduce its 2016-2017 Executive Board:
Zheng Xinjia, Editor-in-Chief
Li Changhong, Executive Editor
Yuan Ziyan, Executive Editor
He Pei, Managing Editor
Zhu Liusheng, Managing Editor
In addition, thirteen 2L students were selected to join the Law Review this year, based on a combination of first-year grades and Review Selection Examination scores that assess each candidate’s abilities with respect to legal translation, blue-booking and formatting. The thirteen junior editors are: Cai Jinlan, Fang Li, Guo Xin, Ma Jialing, Qin Shijie, Pan Danyang, Ren Yuewei, Sun Boxuan, Wang Fengyang, Wang Menglan, Wang Yue, Wen Shuke and Zhang Xi.
About Peking University Transnational Law Review
Founded in 2011, Peking University Transnational Law Review is the first English-language based, student-edited journal in China that aims to promote legal scholarship with a special focus on comparative law and transnational law topics. Published twice a year, the Law Review presents articles authored by professors, judges, student members, and others in the legal profession. To date, the Law Review has published four volumes and six issues, which are accessible through a number of well-known legal databases, including HeinOnline, Lexis China, Chinalawinfo and Cujas library.