Articles from the Symposium on Finnish and Chinese Criminal Law in Comparative Perspective (Finnish-Chinese Colloquium on Criminal Law) published by Peking University Law Journal are now available online!
In August 2016, the University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law hosted the First Finnish-Chinese Colloquium on Criminal Law on through the PKU-Helsinki Law Connection, a partnership between Peking University Law School and University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law.
The topics presented at the Colloquium were compiled into research papers, which the Peking University Law Journal has now published. You can view the available articles by following the links below:
- Kimmo Nuotio, “The transformation of criminal law and criminal law theory in Finland and China: Historical, Cultural and Political Perspectives from the Finnish side”
- Liang Genlin, “The vicissitudes of Chinese criminal law and theory: A Study in History, Culture and Politics”
- Sakari Melander, “Criminalization and its limitations: The Finnish Perspective”
- Lin Wei, “The analysis and contemplation of recent criminalization in China”
- Tapio Lappi-Seppälä, “Sentencing and sanctions in Finland”
- Jiang Su, “From ‘Harsh Justice’ to ‘Balancing Leniency with Severity’: The Transformation of Criminal Policy in Contemporary China”
The Second Colloquium on Finnish and Chinese Criminal Law is expected to be held in late August 2018.