Journal for Legal History Studies
“Judgment in the Hell” as Depicted in“Min-Pao Chi”
A New Study of the half-share Law in the Division of Family Property between the Brothers and Unmarried Sisters
On the Judicial Methodology of Qing Dynasty: An Argument Based on Xing An Hui Lan San Bian( Conspectus of Peanal Cases)
The Establishment and Practice of Manchukuo's Judicial System: One Side of Colonial History
C Herbert H. P. MA － A Philosopher Merging hinese and Western Juriscultures
Tseng Chien-Yuan Yang Paulus
Mr. T’ung-tsu Ch’ü's way of doing scholarly research: An interview
Some Thoughts on Law and Morality in Sung Justice
Author:Brian E. McKnight Translator: Jiang Wei-Ping et al.
The Development of Research on Huizhou Documents
Author:Nakazima Gakusho；Translator: Ku Pan et al.
Why Judicial Independence Has been So Difficult in Modern China: The Example of Shen-jia-ben
Chinese Legal History? Taiwanese Legal History?