Asian Corporate Law Forum

Driving the Development of Corporate Law in Asia

ASIAN CORPORATE LAW FORUM

Driving the Development of Corporate Law in Asia

Asian Corporate Law Forum

Asian Corporate Law Forum

 

The Asian Corporate Law Forum (ACLF) will be the preeminent organisation in the world for scholarship on corporate law and governance in Asia. Through collaborative efforts, the ACLF will generate ground-breaking scholarship on Asian corporate law and governance to redefine the understanding and practice of corporate law and governance in the region and beyond, transcending borders and leaving a lasting global impact.

The ACLF is established among 10 of Asia’s leading law departments, renowned for their expertise in corporate law and governance in Asia, each of which will hold an annual ACLF conference to bring together the leading corporate law scholars in Asia.

The Founding Institutional Members of the ACLF are: Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Law; the City University of Hong Kong School of Law; Jindal Global Law School; Monash University Business School; Monash University Faculty of Law; National Taiwan University College of Law; Peking University Law School; Seoul National University School of Law; Singapore Management University Yong Pung How School of Law; and the University of Tokyo Graduate Schools for Law and Politics.