The scholars of this special group point out conflicts in law, society, and family in East Asia and Europe, and explore the possibility of harmony and solidarity and the pursuit of justice beyond these conflicts.

In “Eurasianism, Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere, and Chinese Ideology,” Dr SeoungJe Seong introduces the historical background and practical content of Eurasianism, Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere, and Chinese Ideology. Dr. Seong tries to suggest ideas to critically overcome certain struggle to take the initiative of power at every step of the history. In other words, the universal values that seem to disguise regional narrowness should be overcome, so that this attempt could bring peace and prosperity to all mankind in the future.

In “Fairness of marital property division in case of divorce under Korean Family Law,” professor Eunhee Cho discussed the fairness of marital property division in divorce under the Korean Family Law. Professor Cho points out that the courts of divorce usually do not properly divide the property considering the spouse in charge of child rearing and household chores. And an equitable distribution of the spouse's contribution (women in most cases) to the household is not made, so it is problematic from a justice point of view.

In “Max Weber's Academic Journey through the Eyes of Marianne Weber,” professor Jin-Sook Yun explored new frontiers of academic solidarity through the academic journeys of Marianne Weber and Max Weber. Marianne Weber, who recognized the patriarchy of marriage in the capitalist system and the subordination of women in the family and society more than anyone else had a profound influence on the sociology of law by publishing Weber's unfinished work, Economy and Society, after Max Weber's death. Marianne Weber's academic and human dedication and achievements were hard to explain as ‘reasonable actions,’ and all of these can be interpreted in various ways in terms of human solidarity.