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Asian American Law Journal

Full Text: Vols. 1-25 (1994-2018) Title Varies: Vols. 1-12 (1994-2005) as Asian Law Journal
Publisher: University of California Berkeley School of Law
Publication Website: http://www.boalt.org/ALJ/
ISSN: 1078-439X
Frequency: 1

Additional Information for Asian American Law Journal
Asian Law Journal, created by students at the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, provides a comprehensive forum for legal scholars, practitioners and students to discuss legal issues concerning Asians in the United States and abroad.

ALJ serves dual purposes for the Asian Pacific American and legal communities. First, the journal sets a scholarly foundation for exploring the unique concerns of Asia and Asian America. While ALJ's focus is primarily on Asian Pacific American issues at home, the journal also addresses topics of international concern. Global developments can, and do, impact domestic interests. Second, ALJ seeks to put that scholarship in action and open the dialogue between those who study law and those who are affected by it. In pursuit of these goals, ALJ strives to provide a forum for the many voices and opinions of the Asian Pacific American community through annual symposia and the journal's publication.

Source: http://www.boalt.org/ALJ/

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Volumes:

25 (2018)
24 (2017)
23 (2016)
22 (2015)
21 (2014)
20 (2013)
19 (2012)
18 (2011)
17 (2010)
16 (2009)
15 (2008)
14 (2007)
13 (2006)
12 (2005)
11 (2004)
10 (2003)
9 (2002)
8 (2001)
7 (2000)
6 (1999)
5 (1998)
4 (1997)
3 (1996)
2 (1995)
1 (1994)