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Law Review Contributes to Symposium on Development of English-Language Legal Journals in China

On December 12, 2016, STL’s Peking University Transnational Law Review was invited to participate in the “Symposium on the Development of English-Language Legal Journals in China,” hosted jointly by China Legal Science and Frontiers of Law in China. The Symposium was held at Renmin University School of Law in Beijing and included more than 50 invited scholars and editors from leading law schools, publishing companies and well-known China-based legal journals. The Peking University Transnational Law Review was represented by its Editor-in-Chief, 3L student Zheng Xinjia, and faculty advisors, Professors Ray Campbell and Sang Yop Kang.

The Symposium marked the first time that China-based English-language legal journals came together to discuss their shared missions of promoting international perspectives of legal theory and practice and of contributing to global academic discourse.

The Peking University Transnational Law Review was founded in 2011. It is a student-run journal devoted to publishing scholarly articles about transnational law topics.

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