Korean Law Collection

Collection of Supreme Court Decision
 (South Korean Supreme Court Reporters)
(2002 to 2009)

The Korean Law Collection is the smallest of the East Asian Law Collection. Consisting of 114 titles and 200 volumes in Korean, the Law Library has selectively purchased English monographs on Korean law but does not purchase Korean legal materials published in Korean anymore. However, the library currently has an exchange program whereby the law school’s law reviews are exchanged for several publications of the Korean Supreme Court. The library’s collection also includes Korean law books donated by Korean visiting professors or students. Most of the Korean materials are located on the first floor, classified under KPA.

Major Korean Serial Titles

Statutes of the Republic of Korea (English translations of Korean laws and regulations)
Laws, etc. (Statutes of the Republic of Korea), 1997-2008 (Looseleaf services)
KPA13 1997

Decisions of the Korean Constitutional Court
[Seoul]: Constitutional Court of Korea
KPA2066.3 .K67 

Sabŏp nonjip = Supreme Court Law Review
Sŏul]:|bPŏbwŏn Haengjŏngchʻŏ,|c1970-
KPA23 .A283

Sabŏp yŏngam = Judicial Yearbook
Pŏbwŏn Haengjŏngchʻŏ,|cTanʼgi 4293 [1960]-
KPA1580 .S23

Korean journal of international and comparative law
Seoul, Korea: Korea Institute of International and Comparative Law,
Vol. 25 (Dec. 1997)-

Pophak Seoul Law Journal
Seoul: Soul Taehakkyo Popkwa Taehak, 1959-
KPA6 . P6

Chojakkwon=Copyright Quarterly
Soul Tukpyolsi: Chojakkwon Simui Chojong Wiwonhoe, 1983-
KPA6 .C6

Korean journal of comparative law
Seoul: Korean Research Institute of Comparative Law
 
Korean Legal Research Resource on the Internet 

These materials are cataloged on OCLC and are searchable on Worldcat.org or through OPAC (library cataloging system) at http://catalog.wustl.edu.  To search and view these  titles via OPAC, please click on "Other Catalogs" tab, then select Viewing Chinese/Japanese/ Korean and other Non-Roman scripts in the Catalog, and Unicode display. To learn more about the Chinese Law Collection, please click on the above links or contact Mr. Wei Luo, Director of Technical Services, at (314) 935-8045, or by e-mail luo@wulaw. wustl.edu.

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