Brill's Asian Law Series

The fasting 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.

The series has published an average of one volume per year since 2014.

Editorial Board

Series Editors

Matthias Vanhullebusch, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Weidong Ji, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Jiaxiang Hu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Members of the Editorial Board

Shaheed Sardar Ali, University of Warwick
Charles Booth, University of Hawaii at Manoa
William Butler, Pennsylvania State University
Simon Chesterman, National University of Singapore
Andrew Harding, National University of Singapore
Martin Lau, School of Oriental and African Studies
Penelope Nicholson, University of Melbourne
Raul Pangalangan, International Criminal Court
Jeong-Ho Roh, Columbia University