Director of the Center
Ulla Liukkunen is Professor of Labour Law and Private International Law at the University of Helsinki. She is also the Director of the Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture and Member of the Board of the European China Law Studies Association. Professor Liukkunen has published widely on labour law, private international law, comparative law, transnational law and the governance of the social dimension of globalization. She has led two Academy of Finland international labour law research projects, “ILO Core Labour Standards Implementation in China: Legal Architecture and Cultural Logic” and “Employee Participation and Collective Bargaining in the Era of Globalization – Nordic and Chinese Perspectives”. Professor Liukkunen has broad experience in national and EU law drafting and has acted as an expert in several international projects on labour law and private international law.
Other Center Staff
Le Bao Ngoc Pham is the Center’s Coordinator since November 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the Hanoi Law University
and a Master of International and Comparative Law degree from the University of Helsinki.