Save the date: China Law Week 20-23 October 2020

The Finnish China Law Center is proud to launch its China Law Week 2020. The event will take place online from 20 to 23 October.

The China Law Week 2020 offers analysis of key features of the legal frameworks, challenges, and reforms that arise today in relation to Chinese law. The event also explores unique characteristics of Chinese legal culture.

Our speakers comprise of leading academics from top universities in Europe, China, USA and Australia, including, among others, University of Warwick, University of Hawai’i Law School, University of Melbourne, University of Cologne, University of Helsinki, Renmin University, and Peking University Law School.

The China Law Week is free of charge and open to audience from all educational and professional backgrounds, who share an interest in Chinese law and legal culture.

Detailed programme will be announced soon.

Stay tuned!

For more information, please contact the Center’s coordinator at ngoc.pham@helsinki.fi.

First look into some of the China Law Week’s speakers. Upper row (from left to right): Associate Professor Chen Yifeng (Peking University),  Assistant Professor Yan Tian (Assistant Dean, Peking University), Professor Alan C Neal (University of Warwick), Professor Ulla Liukkunen (University of Helsinki, Director of the Finnish China Center), Professor Julie Yu-Wen Chen (University of Helsinki, Director of the Confucius Institute), and Professor Jin Haijun (Renmin University). Lower row (from left to right): Professor Kimmo Nuotio (University of Helsinki), Dr. Kangle Zhang (University of Helsinki), Professor Björn Ahl ( University of Cologne, President of the European China Law Studies Association), Professor Matti Nojonen (University of Lapland), and Professor Johanna Niemi (University of Turku).