Due to travel concerns because of the coronavirus situation, this event is being postponed. We will communicate a new date and other updates as soon as logistics have been finalized. Thanks
The Robbins Collection is co-hosting an upcoming symposium, “60 Years of Chinese Legal Reform: A Berkeley Perspective,” with the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology on March 16th and 17th. The day and a half symposium looks at the past and future of Chinese legal studies through interdisciplinary and intergenerational discussions on a range of Chinese legal topics including intellectual property and other technology-related issues, dispute resolution, empirical research, administrative law, and international law. This program commemorates the 60th anniversary of Chinese legal studies at Berkeley, with its two founders, Jerry Cohen and Stanley Lubman, and the many scholars and practitioners they have inspired. The first day of the symposium will be held at the World Affairs Council in San Francisco and the second day will be held at the Bancroft Hotel in Berkeley.
For registration, an agenda, and more information, please see here.