60 Years of Chinese Legal Reform: A Berkeley Perspective


NOTE: 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.

This 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 practical and far-ranging 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.

 

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