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Joan Liu is a librarian at the New York University School of Law Library. In addition to her primary responsibilities on the management of library acquisitions and serials, Joan also works as a faculty liaison on Chinese legal research. Joan holds an LLM from China and an MLS.  She wrote Beyond the Border: the Chinese Legal Information System in Cyberspace, International Journal of Legal Information, 29.1 (Spring 2001); its electronic version is on LLRX - Comparative & Foreign Law Resource Center. Her translations of legal works include: Freedom’s Law: the Moral Reading of the American Constitution by Ronald Dworkin, Oxford Press (1996), Shanghai People’s Press, (2001); Sociology of Law – An Introduction, by Roger Cotterrell, H., London: Butterworths (1984), Beijing Forecast Press (1989). Joan has been a member of AALL since 1995.

Features – A Complete Research Guide to the Laws of the People's Republic of China (PRC)

A Complete Research Guide to the Laws of the People’s Republic of China (PRC)

By Wei Luo and Joan Liu

Subjects: Features, International Legal Research

Extras – Book Review: Guide to China Copyright Law Studies by Robert Haibin Hu

Joan Liu is the Head of Acquisitions & Serials and Research Liaison on Chinese Law, New York University Law School Library, New York.

Subjects: Book Reviews, Copyright, Extras

Features – Beyond the Border: The Construction of the Chinese Legal System in Cyberspace

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Subjects: Features, International Legal Research