The Korea University Law Review, a semi-annual academic legal journal founded in 2006 and published by Korea University's Legal Research Institute, encourages scholars and students of all fields of the study of law to submit their serious writings for publication. The Law Review has published many scholars of international renown from several different countries in Europe, Asia, and the United States in the areas of international law, legal philosophy, constitutional law, commercial law, and many other areas. The Korea University Law Review, subscribed to by many institutions in the U.S. and Europe, is currently on-line on WESTLAW and HeinOnline.
Also, the Law Review's "Reports on Korean Law" section, largely written by students, has contributed to legal scholarship by introducing to the international community the basic Korean law materials such as primers on major areas of Korean law and comparative case reports and also English-Korean translations of important legal terms and phrases.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Korea University Law Review is published biannually on March 31st and on September 30th. We invite you to submit manuscripts of your original articles for possible publication in our March issue of the Korea University Law Review.
The final decision on whether the manuscript is accepted for publication in the Law Review is made by the Faculty Editorial Board, in consultation with the results of three (3) anonymous referees' review and the research of the Student Editorial Board. The decision of the Faculty Editorial Board will be informed as early as possible usually no later than three (3) months of submission. If any of the referees suggests possible revision or addition, such comment will be transmitted to the author and a short period for revision or addition given, if the author wishes to make the suggested revision or addition. (4) A certificate of publication may be issued upon the author's request, once the evaluation process is completed and the manuscript is finally accepted for publication.
Manuscripts should be written in English preferably in MS-word file, A4 10points and Times New Roman. Please use footnotes rather than endnotes. Footnotes should conform to the 19th edition of The Bluebook. Manuscripts written in English should not be longer than 8000 words inclusive of citations in English. Manuscripts longer than the recommended length may not be considered for publication in the Law Review.
An article must contain a list of works cited at the end of the paper and must also include an abstract. The article must contain at least five keywords following the abstract.
Please email submissions to Korea University Law Review, email@example.com.
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