The European China Law Studies Association (ECLS) was founded in 2006 to advance the research on Chinese law. It has since become a notable international venue for all the scholars and practitioners interested in Chinese law.
Besides blog posts, annual conferences, and many other events, the ECLS is gathering information about Chinese law taught in Europe. The map on the ECLS website aims to cover all the study programs and elective courses which are focusing on Chinese law. The current map shows over 20 courses in 13 different countries.
However, the map is yet to be completed. Institutions in Europe that offer Chinese law courses are welcome to update their information on the current map by sending an email to Marianne von Blomberg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This blog post was written by the Center’s intern, Samppa Penttinen.