The Editors of the Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law invite submissions for Volume III. More information and instructions can be found here.

The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law aims to publish peer-reviewed scholarly articles and reviews as well as significant developments in human rights and humanitarian law. It examines international human rights and humanitarian law with a global reach, though its particular focus is on the Asian region.

The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law is also available online.

Announcement and Call for Papers for the International Conference: Law, Gender and Sexuality, to be held in London on 26th October 2018. More information and instructions can be found here.

Edited by Seokwoo Lee and Zou Keyuan

This series serves as a platform to promote East Asian maritime studies. The region’s dynamic economic development and complex history has sparked a lively debate amongst academics and policymakers struggling to maintain lasting peace and security in Pacific waters. While narrowing in on the impacts of international law in East Asian seas, the series also promotes a multi-disciplinary lens of the issue across several social sciences including international relations, economics, politics, strategic studies and law of the sea. The series aims to publish innovative works from leading scholars in the field.

Edited by Matthias Vanhullebusch, Weidong Ji and Jiaxiang Hu

The fast changing demographic, economic, legal, political and social developments in Asia have triggered a variety of research agendas that warrant a comparative interpretation of such phenomena. Brill’s Asian Law Series offers a unique platform for Western and Asian legal scholars and practitioners to exchange their perspectives on interdisciplinary questions that affect national societies, regional developments and international relations. Brill’s Asian Law Series pursues to be a qualitative and authoritative source of knowledge with regional focus that envisions a long-term relationship and dialogue between Western and Eastern institutes and cultures. Brill’s Asian Law Series enables a broad readership to compare and better understand the legal complexities faced in specific jurisdictions, legal systems, branches of law and contexts across Asia.

Edited by C.H. (Remco) van Rhee, Lei Chen and Jacques deLisle

The Chinese and Comparative Law Series is a refereed scholarly series dedicated to the publication of studies of Chinese law in English, including works solely on Chinese law or Chinese law in a comparative legal context. The series also welcomes edited volumes. It aims for critical analyses of Chinese law in a broad sense and the presentation of legal developments in China to an international audience of lawyers and non-lawyers. It welcomes studies in all areas of law and studies of an interdisciplinary nature. Titles in the Chinese and Comparative Law series will be of particular interest to the international community of academics and practising lawyers, policy makers, national and international governmental and non-governmental organisations, and others interested in the study of comparative law.