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Article 1. The Hwakang Law Review is a periodical published 2 times per year in every June and December.
Article 2. We welcome works on law, translated works, book reviews, analysis of actual practice, theses published in seminars, and cross-strait studies, and the submitter is asked to specify to which of the above categories his/her work belongs. A long paper could be published in different issues. Please follow academic rules regarding referencing and provide references at the end of the work. The format must be consistent with the Bluebook. Any work that has no referencing, has been submitted to multiple periodicals, or the whole or a part of which has already been published in another periodical will be rejected.
Article 4. We welcome papers in Chinese or foreign languages that do not exceed 50,000 words. The original text and a letter of agreement from the original author are required if the work is a translation.
Article 5. Please specify the order and delegation of the authors if the work is co-authored by two more or individuals, and a written agreement to the joint-submission by each of the authors needs to be attached.
Article 6. A submitted work should include approximately 10 key words in Chinese and English, a 300-word abstract in Chinese, and a 500-word abstract in English. The English title, key words, and abstract of an approved submission will be proofread and/or adjusted and posted on our website by our editors.
Article 7. The submission needs to be typed with Microsoft Office, comes in three duplicates, and attached with a disk containing the document. Please mail the above to: Office of the Department of Law, Chinese Culture University, 55 Hwa-Kang Rd., Yung Ming Shan, Taipei City, Taiwan, 11114. Works submitted from regions outside of Taiwan need to be e-mailed to us (e-mail:
Article 8. Any work submitted to the Hwakang Law Review has to go through the review process, and the result of which will be made known to its author in a timely fashion. The works from an author who decides to cancel his/her submission after it is being reviewed by us or has already submitted it to multiple periodicals will not be accepted by us for 3 years.
Article 9. The author is responsible for his/her work that is published in the Hwakang Law Review. Instead of being paid, the author will be given 20 offprints.
Article 10. After a work has been published for 3 months, it will be stored in the CCU Library Academic Periodical Full-text Database for users’ inquiries.
Article 11. After a work has been published in the Hwakang Law Review, any and all of its authors need to agree to their work being entered into a database authorized by us through non-exclusive authorization, necessary reproduction, public access, downloading by authorized users, and/or printing through digital methods, or format adjustment for database compilation. For a paid database authorization, the payment will be equally shared by the Hwakang Law Review and the author(s). A letter of authorization needs to be attached along with the work by the author(s) at the time of submission.