Message from the Director:
This is a preface to the next issue of the Asian Journal of Comparative Law.

With effect from this issue, the AsJCL is published under the Cambridge University Press by the National University of Singapore.
Moving as we now do to CUP, the Asian Journal of Comparative Law will gain access to a wider readership and it is our intention to establish the Journal as a leader in the fields of Asian law and comparative law. We encourage submission of articles from scholars belonging to both ASLI member schools and non-ASLI member schools worldwide. We aim to provide a generous space for discussion of Asian law topics in all areas of law.

For more information on the Journal or if you would like to submit an article, please do visit the CUP website.

Vacancy: Research Associate/Deputy Editor for the Asian Journal of Comparative Law.

The Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS) at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the above full-time position, which involves a contract of employment for two years from January 2016. The position is a research position, in the field of Asian legal studies, relevant to our programmes and remit, and assistance generally with the work of the centre; it will also involve the performance of duties as Deputy Editor of the Asian Journal of Comparative Law.

12th ASLI Conference 2015
The College of Law, National Taiwan University was the proud host institution of the 12th Annual ASLI Conference 2015, with "Law 2.0- New Challenges in Asia" as its theme.

The conference was held between May 20th-22nd, 2015 on the NTU campus, beginning with the ASLI BOG (Board of Governors) meeting on May 20th, and the International Academic Seminar taking place over the two following days on May 21st and 22nd. This year's conference brought together 215 attendees and 144 paper submissions across 26 countries.