Book Series on Commercial Law in Asia

Book Series on Commercial Law in Asia

 

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On 16 January 2020, the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) and the Singapore Management University (SMU) Yong Pung How School of Law’s Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia (now CCLA) signed a memorandum of understanding to launch a new peer-reviewed series of books and monographs on commercial law in Asia. This book series will be part of SAL’s successful Academy Publishing collection and co-published with SMU as a university press book series. 

The aim and ambition of the Commercial Law in Asia book series is to publish high-quality scholarship on commercial law in Asia. The creation and dissemination of knowledge under this peer-reviewed book series is meant to enhance the understanding of the issues surrounding cross-border commercial laws and trade in Asia. The series supports original research by emerging and established scholars, as well as pre-eminent practitioners. Its target audience comprises both scholars and practitioners. 

The book series boasts a distinguished advisory board comprising Justices of the Court of Appeal, Justice Andrew Phang and Justice Judith Prakash (co-chairpersons); Professor Chen Lei (Durham); Professor Barnali Choudhury (UCL); Professor Graham Virgo, QC (Hon) (Cambridge); and Professor Yeo Tiong Min, SC (Hon) (SMU). 


Press Release

Advisory Board

Editorial Board

Call for Book Proposals