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Launch of the Journal of Swiss Chinese Law Review and Invitation for Submission

30 Aug 2020 11:13 AM | Jill Johnson (Administrator)

To: International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS)

From: Swiss Chinese Law Association

Topic: Launch of the Journal of Swiss Chinese Law Review and Invitation for Submission

Today,  we are proud to present you the Journal of Swiss Chinese Law Review(ISSN 2673-5407)a bilingual journal. Please kindly find the attachment as the inaugural issue of the Journal. Please kindly find the attachments as the new journal as well as the calling for our next issue: The Changing Preconceptions(due on 16th August). The printed version and online version will be available soon.

As we battle this coronavirus, it is the time for the legal professionals to unite. It is the time to understand each other and collaborate across different cultures. It is the time that we should cherish on our common values, to cherish the unity and to pride the goals rather than our differences. On a practical level, it is the time to find better protocols to collab­orate in online hearings. It is the time to convince courts to take more effective measures toward the pandemic.

It is with this in mind that the first issue of the Swiss Chinese Law Review is born. In compiling this edition, we have been blown away by submissions over forty-five countries and regions. It goes without saying that this would not have been possible had it not been for the huge devotion and time committed by fifteen translators, ten peer-reviewers and four editors.

Meanwhile, we would also like to dedicate our heartful thanks to our supporters of the inaugural issue:  SUN Lawyers LLPCone Marshall Group, and Ruggle Partners.  It goes without saying that the publication of the journal has attracted high attentions, among which was broadcasted by China National Radio (Click here to see news ) as well as China Daily(Click here to see the news). In a global wise, the Journal has been included by Helveticat (Click here).

For the 2nd issue, we are invite you to make a submission (see attachment). Please use this link to submit your articles: https://www.research.net/r/SCLA2 . For any inquiries, please write to: journal@cnsla.org . Although it might be a delay for the replying email, yet we will carefully process with every submission with great responsibility.

I am looking forward to hearing back from you and your organization and I wish you and your family a great health.

Thank you so much again,

In represent of the Editors (David Dahlborn and Jerry Guo).

Tianze Zhang 张天泽 | General Coordinator

Tianze.zhang@cnsla.org | www.cnsla.org

Swiss Chinese Law Association| Rue Rodolphe-Toepffer 8, 1206 Genève, Switzerland

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