Journal for Legal History Studies
The Significance of Han Fei' s Legal Thought to Modern Legal Theories
The Parental King and Ancient Constitutionalism in the Pre-Qin Confucian Thoughts-On the Chu Bamboo Slips in the Shanghai Museum
The Continuation and Changes of Legal Forms between the Tang and the Song Dynasties
Application of the
Wang Tieyal—The Leading Chinese International Law Professor
On the Interaction of Mongol and Chinese Cultures and the Mongol Society from the Perspective of Legal Sources-Comments on Recent Studies of the Ideological Promotion of Women Chastity
Why Shen Jiaben Named his Book A Draft of the Privately Transcribed and Confidentially Prescribed Edition of the Statutes and Precedents?
Yan Fu's Thoughts on Civil Rights
Endless Calls from the Folk--Dai Yan-Hui's Works on Popular Legal History, The Gi-le chi, Report of Civil Customs in Taiwan, and District Institutions of the Qing Dynasty
A General Survey of the Study of Chinese Legal History in Taiwan’s Graduate Schools of Humanities in the Last Ten Years (1995-2004)
New Developments in Mainland China's Legal Historiography in 2004
Zhang Zhongqiu Chen Yu
Using the Routine Memorials to the Ministry of Justice to Study the Qing Social Economic History— A Review of Thomas Buoye's Manslaughter, Markets, and Moral Economy.