Pacific Basin Law Journal

Pacific Basin Law Journal

Frequency: biannually

Founded in 1982, the Pacific Basin Law Journal (PBLJ) is the second oldest law journal at UCLA. PBLJ focuses on a diverse range of legal and policy issues in the Pacific Rim, looking to both the Asia-Pacific and the Americas.

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PBLJ is considered the world's foremost journal focused on Pacific Rim issues. We are committed to publishing original, cutting-edge scholarship that significantly contributes to the study of this important region of the world, and we seek to enhance dialogue between U.S. and international scholars through our publications. Past issues have featured articles by leading scholars and practitioners on a range of international and comparative law topics, including human rights, constitutional law, criminal law, international trade, labor and employment, corporate governance, climate change, and intellectual property.

Publisher: UCLA School of Law
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