Recently, China Law Innovation Website under China Law Society has released the statistical data of papers published by different schools and institutes of law nationwide in core journals (namely CLSCI journals) in 2018. The School of Law of SCUN ranked 44th among them.
CLSCI (China Legal Science Citation Index) journals refer to core journals of legal science certified by China Law Society, which is a directory of journals used by China Law Society to make statistical analysis on the papers published on important and core journals by legal science research institutes and individuals nationwide as well as one of the most authoritative evaluation indicators in the field of legal science research. CLSCI journals include sixteen important legal science journals, including Social Sciences in China, China Legal Science, Chinese Journal of Law, Journal of Comparative Law, Science of Law, Studies in Law and Business, Legal Studies, The Jurist, Legal Review, Law and Social Development, Global Law Review, Tsinghua Law Review, Modern Law Science, Tribune of Political Science and Law, Peking University Law Journal, Politics and Law.
Teachers of the School of Law of SCUN published five papers on CLSCI journals in 2018, which are: the paper Reflection on the Theory of Tax Components published by Professor Ye Jinyu on Chinese Journal of Law, the paper Research on Standard for Distinguishing Impossibility of Offence and Attempted Offence published by Associate Professor Nie Changjian on Studies in Law and Business, the paper Perfection of Definition of Effective Elements of Trust in Trust Law of China--Referring to “Three Effective Certainties” for Effective Establishment of Trust in British and American Trust Laws, the paper Research on Crime of Intentional Injury and Crime of Intentional Homicide according to Legal Presumption--Focus on Serious Injuries and Death Caused by Crime of Affrays published by Liu Zhixiong on The Jurist, and the paper Judicial Dilemma and Improvement of Legislation for Punishment of Discontinued Criminals in Legal Review.
In the statistical ranking, the top three were the schools of law of China University of Political Science and Law, Renmin University of China and East China University of Political Science and Law. And the schools of law of SCUN and Fudan University were ranked 44th.
(Edited by Chen Pengbing, source: School of Law)