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- Volume 14, Issue 2
On April 7, 2012, the members of the William S. Richardson School of Law (“WSRSL”) at the University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa, (“UHM”) Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal (“APLPJ”), Pacific Asian Legal Studies Organization (“PALSO”), and LAMBDA Law Student Organization put on a symposium entitled Rainbow Rising: Gender, Solidarity, and Scholarship on Gender Identities and Sexualities [...]
- Volume 14, Issue 1
This fall, the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal (“APLPJ”) editors ambitiously strove to edit and publish more than double the number of pieces we have published in the past. These thirteen pieces are spread between two issues: Volume 14, Issue 1 and Issue 2. Volume 14, Issue 1 is comprised of articles, comments, and a [...]
- Volume 13, Issue 2
The editors of the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal (“APLPJ”), proudly present Volume 13, Issue 2, which ambitiously features two translations, five articles, and four comments. The translations include reporting of landmark Chinese cases from 2009 and 2010 by China’s progressive investigative newspaper, the Southern Weekend. The topics covered in the articles include food safety [...]
- Volume 13, Issue 1 is here!
The editors of the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal respectfully dedicate this issue to Professor Jon M. Van Dyke, who passed away on November 29, 2011. The unexpected loss of Professor Van Dyke has been acutely felt by the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the William S. Richardson School of Law, as well as [...]
- Volume 12, Issue 2: Editors’ Note
This long-awaited issue of the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal debuts along with our new and fully reconstructed website. Since May 2011, APL&PJ has commenced several ambitious initiatives to improve the operations and professionalism of the Journal, including building a new website, improving outreach to scholars and readers, and physically relocating into a new working [...]