The Summer 2006 issue of the Harvard Law Bulletin is online. It features articles focusing on the changing legal systems in East Asia. One interview with William P. Alford, director of Harvard's East Asian Legal Studies program, discusses "historic changes" in the legal system in China. One article, "Digital Pathways to Asia," examines the piracy and intellectual property issues surrounding Internet usage in Asia. The Harvard Law Bulletin is published three times a year by the Harvard Law School. It can be found by clicking here.
Articles about technology and legal transition in the region
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