The 2nd Asian Legal History Conference
The Asian Legal History Second Annual Conference is set to be held on 23-24 July 2022. It follows the Asian Legal History Conference hosted by the Transnational Legal History Group of the CUHK LAW’s Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law and the University of Law – Hue University held in the previous year which aimed to provide an opportunity for scholars, researchers and students to share their findings on the topic of legal history in Asia.
Call for Abstracts
Researchers, scholars and students are welcomed to submit abstracts under the theme “legal history in Asia.” Selected authors will be given the opportunity to present their findings at the 2nd Asian Legal History Conference taking place between 23-24 July.
Abstract length: 100-250 words.
A full paper is not required.
15 November 2021 | Call for Abstracts: Open for submissions
14 January 2022 | Submission deadline
28 January 2022 | Submission results
22 April 2022 | Confirmation of Conference format
7 July 2022 | Finalisation of Conference
Young Legal History Scholars Workshop
The Young Legal History Scholars Workshop is open for those who are in their early legal history journey. With the guidance of experts in the field, the Workshop aims to help young legal history scholars to hone their skills and expand their potential.
The Asian Legal History Association
The Asian Legal History Association (ALHA) was created in July 2021 following the first Asian Legal History Conference jointly held by Hue University of Law and CUHK Faculty of Law. The Association aims to promote the teaching and learning of legal history in Asia.
1. Ngoc Son Bui, University of Oxford
2. Cynthia Farid, Hong Kong University
3. Andrew Harding, National University of Singapore
4. Ron Harris, Tel Aviv University School of Law
5. Rebecca Khan, De La Salle University
6. Jungwon Kim, Columbia University
7. Fupeng Li, China University of Politics and Law
8. Yen-Chi Liu, Fu Jen Catholic University
9. Kentaro Matsubara, The University of Tokyo
10. Michael Ng, Hong Kong University
11. Munin Pongsapan, Thammasat University
12. Christopher Roberts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
13. Radhika Singha, JNU
14. Amanda Whiting, University of Melbourne
15. Nurfadzillah Yahaya, National University of Singapore
Membership is open to any academics working on Asian legal history, or on legal history in general in an academic institution in Asia. Membership is also open to anyone who presents at one of the Asian Legal History Confer