Call for Papers
NYCU Law Review is a peer-reviewed law journal published twice a year, in March and September. Based on the principles of internationalization, empiricism, and interdisciplinary, our journal encourages legal innovation, reflects social realities, pursues fairness and justice, and promotes interdisciplinary dialogue.
NYCU Law Review, accessible since 2023 on Scholastica (https://nyculawreview.scholasticahq.com/), extends its reach in legal databases and academic platforms. In addition to being featured on prominent databases in Taiwan, including Angle Lawdata (www.lawdata.com.tw) and Lawbank (https://www.lawbank.com.tw/), the journal is listed on Taiwan Open Access Journals (TOAJ: https://toaj.stpi.narl.org.tw/index/journal/c4daee47-dcb6-4110-9d9c-e5d578c2320a), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ: https://doaj.org/) and available on HeinOnline (https://home.heinonline.org/). This comprehensive presence underscores our commitment to accessibility and invites submissions in both Chinese and English, enriching the scholarly content of NYCU Law Review.
Another noteworthy achievement is that the NYCU Law Review was recognized with the “Real-Time Communication Award in Periodicals（期刊即時傳播獎）” by the National Central Library (NCL). This honor was bestowed on July 16th during the 2020 Taiwan Academic Impact Awards Winner Announcement. The award is based on the 5-year journal impact factor (2018) from the Taiwan Citation Index – Humanities and Social Sciences (TCI-HSS) database（臺灣人文及社會科學引文索引資料庫）. Receiving this accolade is a great honor, and the NYCU Law Review is committed to furthering academic contributions by fostering scholarly communication through its high-quality publications.
Intellectual property and knowledge entrepreneurship, corporate law and financial criminal law, social justice and gender equality, labor rights, biotechnology and medical law, digital economy and information communication law, basic legal studies, professional ethics, legal education, arbitration and mediation, litigation, non-litigation, and legal enforcement.
Please ensure that all submissions include titles, author names, abstracts, keywords, and references in English. Citations should be formatted according to the Bluebook style guide, and a bibliography should be provided at the end of the work. If the submission is a translation, please include the original text and a letter of consent from the original author.
The “New Developments in Law” column welcomes contributions in Chinese and English related to technology law, including articles, translations, book reviews, and case analyses. The “notes and comments” column welcomes submissions from doctoral or LL.M. students.
Please limit the English and Chinese abstracts to 400 words. Include 5 to 8 keywords for each submission, and ensure that the length of the submission does not exceed 20,000 words.
The author holds full responsibility for the submission. Any work found to involve plagiarism or simultaneous submission to other journals will not be accepted.
Please submit your work via email in .doc or .rtf format to email@example.com.
NYCU Law Review adopts a double-blind peer review system. All submissions are subject to be reviewed twice. The results of review will be notified to the author in due course.
Works already published, in whole or in part, in another publication, will not be accepted.
In cases where the article exceeds the word limit or the number of manuscripts exceeds the capacity of a single volume, the Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to make appropriate adjustments to the wording, layout, and publication order based on the relevance of the submissions and their timeliness.
NYCU Law Review does not have article processing charges or submission charges.
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