In 2022, the Center’s mini seminar series on topical issues of Chinese law will return with three events that deal with the themes of public international law, IP law and maritime law. The first seminar on Standard Essential Patents in China will be held in collaboration with IPR University Center on 23 March 2022. Further China related events about selected themes in IP law will be arranged with IPR University Center in the future.
During Spring term 2022, the following Chinese law courses will be taught within the Global Governance Law Master’s Programme at the University of Helsinki Faculty of Law, one of our member institutions:
- Comparative law and Chinese legal system: history and presence by Professor Björn Ahl
The course is designed to help students gain an understanding of comparative law approaches used in examining culturally different law and knowledge of the historical background and contemporary development of the Chinese legal system and its key characteristics.
- China in International Organisations – Transnational Governance by Dr. Kangle Zhang
The course will focus on China’s role in major international organisations, especially WTO, and transnational governance as well as the influence of international organisations on the Chinese legal system and regulatory models.
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Law in China by doctoral candidate Yuan Li
The course aims to provide the students with a comprehensive overview of Chinese sustainable development strategy and its related policies and legal regulations. The course examines relevant corporate social responsibility and sustainability laws from the perspective of Chinese and Western multinational enterprises operating in China.
- Chinese Business and Company law: Governing Finance and the Economy by Dr. Kangle Zhang.
The course explores the Chinese financial market and financial regulations, Chinese business and financial regulations in the global context, Chinese business law and company law and legal institutions that oversee business entities in China.
The Center and the University of Helsinki Faculty of Law will also continue to organize the internship course in which the students will contribute to Chinese law-related activities undertaken through the Center and the Faculty.
On the verge of 2022, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the Center’s friends and followers for having supported us in 2021. We wish you all a Happy New Year and hope to see you again in 2022 with many more academic activities await.
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