"By vigorously opposing all unjust and oppressive laws, and by helping restore the principle of the Rule of Law, the Burma Lawyers' Council aims to contribute to the transformation of Burma where all the citizens enjoy the equal protection of law under the democratic federal constitution which will guarantee fundamentals of human rights."
No. 9 of Legal Issues on Burma Journal contains 6 articles within 6 different scopes:
- Environment and Law in Burma
- Women and Law in Burma
- The Burmese Junta's Abuse of Investment Laws
- The Burmese Junta's Impediment to Thai-Burma Relations
- Federalism and Burma
- About Constitutions, Economics, and Talks
No. 8 of Legal Issues on Burma Journal contains 8 articles within 6 different scopes:
- Law and Religion in Burma
- Toward Transition with Rule of Law
- Ensuring Free and Fair Elections in a Democratic Burma
- Human Rights and Legal Issues for a Democratic Transition of Burma
- New Lawsuit Against Daw Aung San Suu Kyi: Hidden Agenda?
- Law Reporting in Burma: Lack of Transparency
- Designing Constitution as Policy Formulation to Stop Human Rights Violations
- Burma's Transition to Rule of Law in Different Contexts
No. 7 of Legal Issues on Burma Journal counted 71 pages and contained 8 articles within 6 different scopes:
- Dealing with Past Human Rights Abuses: Promoting National Reconciliation in Future Democratic Burma, an article within the scope of justice in transition, written by Professor Jeremy Sarkin. He explains three models of transition and the possible choice for Burma. Truth, Justice and National REconciliation are to be kept in mind, when Burma's new democratic government deals with human rights abuses committed by past authoritarian regimes.