When: 24- 26 September 2021
The 15th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association (ECLS) will be hosted by the Polish Research Centre for Law and Economy of China and the University of Warsaw School of Law and Economy of China. Since the ECLS’s main objective is to encourage comparative and interdisciplinary research on Chinese law, the conference will be a platform for scholars and professionals to exchange their ideas about Chinese law and policies. The organizers hope for many contributions in form of papers and presentations on the general topic of China’s legal system and in particular its recent development.
Although there is no strict specification on the choice of topic, the organizers especially welcome submissions that concern the following themes:
- Blockchain, big data & artificial intelligence in China
- Sino-US trade war and its legal implications for Europe
- Legal aspects of the Belt and Road Initiative
- Codification of Laws in China
- Rule of Law and Chinese Constitutionalism
- Chinese and Comparative Labour Law
- Legal Issues of Poland-China Relations
- Chinese law and society
- China’s new structure of Party and state
- National supervision law and the new supervisory mechanism
- New developments in China’s judicial reforms
- China in the international legal order.
Call for abstracts:
The ECLS welcomes the submission of abstracts/ papers for presentation, as well as proposals for full panel sessions. Both abstracts (max. 300 words) and proposals for panel sessions (max.1000 words) should include the title of the paper; name, institution, and email address of the author(s); and up to five keywords. Proposals for panel sessions should furthermore include abstracts of all proposed papers as well as a short integrative statement explaining the theme of the panel (all in one document).
Proposals for panels on recently published books are welcomed as well and are required to include a short explanation of the book’s importance and brief biographies of the participants.
Alternate formats of presentation as well as the participation of young researchers are also encouraged.
Proposals should be submitted online; the submission form can be found here: http://chinalaw.wpia.uw.edu.pl/ecls-annual-conference/. All proposals will be subject to peer-review by the organizing committees. The deadline for submissions of abstracts and panel proposals is 30 May 2021, and the deadline for submission of full papers is 6 September 2021.
All questions and suggestions can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This blog post was written by one of the Center’s interns, Johanna Fähnrich. Johanna is an exchange student from Germany. She will be studying law at the University of Helsinki until next summer and recently joined the team of the China Law Center because she is interested in learning about different legal systems and comparing them to each other.