Call for Papers: 13th Asian Law Institute Conference [Beijing, China; May 19-20]: Submit by Dec 1

Call for Papers: 19 -20 May 2016, Peking University Law School

We are pleased to announce that the Asian Law Institute (ASLI) and Peking University Law School (PKU) will hold the 13th ASLI Conference in Beijing, China on 19 and 20 May 2016.

We look forward to welcoming you, and value your contribution to the ongoing success of this annual conference.

Call for Papers

It is our pleasure to announce the Call for Papers for the 13th ASLI Conference, to be held at Peking University Law School, Beijing from May 19th to May 20th 2016.

The 13th ASLI Conference brings together academics and professionals around Asia and the world, to exchange knowledge related to the theme Asian Perspectives on Legal Globalization.

As globalization changes the contours of law, we would like to invite papers on:

1. New legal practices

2. Legal norms

3. Global legal institutions

4. Global legal education brought on by globalization in Asia.

We particularly welcome any insightful papers on how culture and ethnicity affects legal globalization and future trend of disputes resolution.

This will be the first time that the ASLI Conference will be in Peking University Law School in the capital of China-Beijing and we expect to see papers and discussions on promoting cooperation among Chinese legal institutions and those of other Asian countries.

We highly encourage academics and professionals from China to share their knowledge of legal practices in China in the age of globalization with their peers around Asia.

We highly encourage you to be creative and challenging with the theme of the 13th ASLI Conference.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Peking University Law School in May 2016 as we take the next steps forward together in partnership, meeting the challenges as well as opportunities of legal globalization.

Please visit our conference web site, HERE for selection criteria, guidelines for abstract or paper submissions and other related conference information.

Paper Submission Procedure

Click HERE for online submission of Abstracts The website, which will be updated periodically with the latest information on tentative panel sessions and programme schedule, also contains information on recommended conference hotels.

We regret that no subsidies are available for expenditures such as air flights, hotel charges and conference fees.

A detailed and finalized programme (speaker panels, etc.) will be made available to all registered participants nearer the date of the conference.

We would very much appreciate your help in bringing this conference to the attention of your faculty/law school colleagues, as well as to anyone whom you think might be interested in attending, whether as a paper presenter or otherwise.

Further Information

For enquiries regarding the conference, please contact the ASLI Secretariat at

Important Deadlines

1. Submission of Abstract: 1st December, 2015

Participants will be notified within a month from the deadline on the status of their submission

2. Deadline for Early Bird Registration and Payment: 29th February, 2016

3. Submission of Completed Paper: 21st March, 2016

4. Closing date for Registration and Payment: 29th March, 2016

5. Conference: 19th & 20th May 2016, Thursday & Friday

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