Professor Shen Wei holds a lecture on Arbitral Awards Enforcement in China

Dean, Professor Shen Wei from Shandong University Law School held a lecture titled “Entanglement between Judicial Centralization and Local Protectionism in China: the Case of Arbitral Awards Enforcement” at the Finnish China Law Center on May 23, 2017. During his presentation, Prof. Shen presented empirical data on the internal reporting system in Chinese courts, and […]

Report of the First Four Years of the China Law Center

The Report on the first four years (2013-2016) of the Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture has been released! The Report contains important and comprehensive information about the Center’s objectives, achievements and activities from the past four years and introduces the key individuals and institutions involved. You can find the Report on […]

Forthcoming lecture on international arbitration in China by Professor Shen Wei, Shandong University Law School, on May 23, 2017

    Welcome to a lecture on international arbitration in China! Dean, Professor Shen Wei from Shandong University Law School will talk on “Entanglement between Judicial Centralization and Local Protectionism in China: the Case of Arbitral Awards Enforcement” on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at 12.15-13.45, in Porthania Building at the University of Helsinki, at sixth […]

Mirva Lohiniva-Kerkelä holds lectures at Renmin and Fudan in China

Mirva Lohiniva-Kerkelä, Vice Dean of the University of Lapland, Faculty of Law and Associate Professor in Welfare Law, held two lectures on the Finnish model of welfare state during her visit to China in March 2017. Lohiniva-Kerkelä visited Renmin University in Beijing and Fudan University in Shanghai. During both visits, the parties discussed further developing […]

Forthcoming lectures on Chinese Social Order and System of Law by Prof. Liu Zuoxiang, Shanghai Normal University, on May 17 and 30, 2017.

  Welcome to the lectures by Professor, Liu Zuoxiang. Professor Liu Zuoxiang is the Director of the Institute of Rule of Law and Human Rights, Shanghai Normal University, College of Philosophy, Law and Political Sciences. He is also the Vice director of Jurisprudence Institute of Chinese Law Society; Member of branch of Chinese IVR . […]

CASS President visits China Law Center and University of Helsinki

The President of the People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping, visited Finland on April 4-6, 2017. During the visit, several agreements and memoranda of understanding (MoU) were signed in the fields of investment and commerce, innovation, and technology.  Among the agreements, a MoU signed between the Universities Finland (UNIFI), a co-operational organisation for Finnish universities, […]

Lecture at Hanken School of Economics by Visiting Researcher, Prof. Dr. Liu Jieming from Wuhan University of Technology

Prof. Dr. Jieming Liu, Vice Dean of the School of Humanity and Law of Wuhan University of Technology(WUT), and Deputy Director of  Hubei Intellectual Property Right (IPR) Research Center and WUT IPR Research Center, held a specialist lecture at Hanken School of Economics, one of the Finnish China Law Center’s Member Institutions, on June 6, […]

Featured Researcher: Professor Matti Nojonen

Mr. Nojonen is well-known for his research in Chinese strategic thought and is the first to translate the widely cited Sunzi, The Art of Warfare, from Chinese to Finnish. He has a long history in researching the history of the Chinese political system and ideology, as well as China’s economy and business. Mr. Nojonen has […]

Lecture on the developments in Chinese criminal law by Prof. Dr. Renwen Liu (CASS), February 15, 2017.

Prof. Dr. Renwen Liu, Director of the Criminal Law Department of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, held a fascinating specialist lecture at the Finnish China Law Center on February 15. The presentation covered many current issues in criminal law from the Chinese perspective, including developments in death penalty regulations, food security, cybercrime and environmental […]

“Arctic Law and Governance: The Role of China and Finland,” in conversation with Timo Koivurova

In 2014, the Northern Institute of Environmental and Minority Law (NIEM, Arctic Centre) at the University of Lapland initiated a project to study and compare Arctic Law and Governance in Finland and in China, in cooperation with researchers from Wuhan University, China. The project identified similarities and differences between the positions of Finland (as an […]

Book donation by the Library of Parliament

The Finnish China Law Center’s library received a generous book donation from the Library of Finnish Parliament. The collection includes books on a wide range of judicial topics, including legal aspects of business, trade, domestic and international affairs as well as history. The donated books will be made available to the public later this spring […]

Why studying Chinese law? – Read answers from international scholars

Three law professors from the United States, Denmark and Hong Kong, have kindly accepted the Center’s interview requests and shared their insights on researching and studying Chinese law. Professor Larry Catà Backer W. Richard and Mary Eshelman Faculty Scholar, Professor of Law and International Affairs, Pennsylvania University How did you start your research or study of […]

Forthcoming lecture on judicial reasoning in traditional China by Dr. Junqiang Du, Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Law, on April 20, 2017

Welcome to a lecture on Chinese legal history! Dr. Junqiang Du from Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Law will talk on “Judicial Reasoning in Traditional China and its Impacts on Modern China” on Thursday, April 20, 2017, at 3.15 p.m. in Porthania Building, University of Helsinki, at fifth floor, room P 545.   China’s long […]