Legal Issues Journal (LIJ) publishes original research on all legal matters affecting justice, equality and other pressing issues for societies. The journal welcomes interdisciplinary work at the intersection of law and other disciplines, such as genetics, biosciences, philosophy, linguistics, neuroscience, medicine, and business.
The Journal publishes original papers, case comments, short reports, debates and book reviews. The Journal also provides important news and interpretation on changes in the legal world and coming trends affecting law, lawyers, and society. Contribution to society, nationally and internationally, is the focus of LIJ.
LIJ uses double-blind peer review process where both the reviewer(s) and the author(s) are anonymous.
IN THIS ISSUE:
• “The Origin and Evaluation of Ship Breaking Regime of South Asia: A Critical Perspective From Bangladesh” by Ishtiaque Ahmed.
• “Tourism Levy in Bali: Why Should Foreigners Should Be Charged Extra Fees?” by I Made Budi Arsik, Ni Gusti Ayu Dyah Satyawati, Nyoman Sirtha
•“Adversarial Machine Learning: The Coming Legal Storm” by Peter R. Stephenson
•BOOK REVIEW: Advanced Introduction to European Union Law by Jacques Ziller, Reviewed by Claudio Cipollini
•BOOK REVIEW: Private International Law: Contemporary Challenges and Continuing Relevance, edited by Franco Ferrari and Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo, Reviewed by Janet Slate