“China Law Week”

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/10/2013 - 11/10/2013
All Day

Location
Porthania, University of Helsinki

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The Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture welcomes you warmly to participate in the “China Law Week” co-organized with the University of Helsinki. Various events open to the general public will be held at the Think Corner, situated in Porthania Building. The discussions will be conducted in Finnish.

The schedule of the “China Law Week” in Finnish can be find in the event calendar of the University of Helsinki.

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Tuesday 8.10.2013 4:00pm-6pm

Future World Order: Is Rule of Law Emerging in China?

Is Rule of Law developing in China?

Speakers: Pekka Hallberg (former President of the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland), Katja Lehto (SAK), Professor Teemu Ruskola (Emory University) and the Deputy Chancellor of Justice Mikko Puumalainen. Chairman: Chancellor Thomas Wilhelmsson (University of Helsinki).

Wednesday 9.10.2013 4:00pm-6pm

Future World Order: Students in China

Students in China
Talks by few students: Mikko Junno, Thomas Tiensuu and Janna Lipiäinen. Chairman: Katri Korolainen (HYY).

Thursday 10.10.2013 4:00pm-6pm

Future World Order: China’s Economic Development Prospects

China’s Economic Development Prospects
Speakers: Paavo Suni (ETLA) and Mikael Mattlin (Institute of International Affairs), Professor Ulla Liukkunen (Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture). Chairman: Dean Kimmo Nuotio (University of Helsinki).

 Friday 11.10.2013 3:00pm-5pm

Future World Order: The Finnish Business Experience in China

Finnish companies in China
Speakers: Antti Herlin (KONE), Päivi Leiwo (Oilon Oy.) and Joakim Strand (City of Vaasa). Chairman: Rektor Jukka Kola (University of Helsinki).

“China Law Week” is a part of University of Helsinki “Tulevaisuuden maailmanjärjestys?” event series, which aims to  to provide more information on the current international developments, caused by the emergence of new global players, such as China, India and Brasil. Full program: Tiedekulma_Tulevaisuuden_maailmanjärjestys syksy 2013