The Wells-China Law & Society Library is aimed at building a collection of books, periodicals, papers, special reports, and any other valuable material on Chinese legal and social development.
We are pleased to announce the inaugural issue of The Foundation for Law and International Affairs Review (FLIA Review) (ISSN: 2576-6619). FLIA Review is a peer-reviewed journal published quarterly by the Foundation for Law and International Affairs. The purpose of this journal is to provide members of the legal profession and the general public with high-quality articles, essays, and book reviews by individual authors or co-authors and reports and surveys by scholars and professionals at the intersection of law and international affairs. It seeks to create a new, transnational model for the production and dissemination of scholarship at the intersection of law and international affairs. The initial issue of FLIA Review is the culmination of a three year-long planning and implementation process. It demonstrates FLIA’s continues desire and efforts to help scholars and professionals who wish to get involved in global scholarships and contribute to global governance. FLIA Review is now accepting submissions for its forthcoming issues. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com should you have any questions or check out our website https://flia.org/flia-review/ for more information.