Center for Korean Legal Studies
The Center for Korean Legal Studies at Columbia Law School has been at the forefront of research on Korean law in the United States for more than 20 years.
The Center for Korean Legal Studies offers:
- A space devoted entirely to the study of both the South and North Korean legal systems in the United States at an academic institution.
- Courses focused on Korean law, such as Korean Legal System in the Global Economy and Geopolitics of Law and Conflict on the Korean Peninsula.
- Events engaging leading government practitioners and legal scholars on contemporary issues.
- Opportunities for practitioners and those in academia interested in pursuing legal research related to Korea at one of the world's top law schools for international and comparative law to participate as visiting scholars.
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Pathways to a Peaceful Korean Peninsula: Denuclearization, Reconciliation and Cooperation now available!
Please contact Joan Wargo at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in obtaining a copy. View the table of contents and contributing authors.
Call for Papers
The International Journal of Korean Unification Studies (IJKUS), a biannual journal on unification studies published by the Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU), is currently accepting submissions for the spring issue of the journal.
IJKUS specifically publishes in the area of inter-Korean relations, Korean unification, North Korea, and Northeast Asian security, and international affairs.
The official call for papers announcement, submission guidelines, and ethical conduct code can be found here. The deadline is April 22, 2018.