School of Law and Economy of China, third edition

The Finnish China Law Centre would like to inform about an opportunity to complete the third edition of the School of Law and Economy of China, a one-year long online program at the Polish Research Centre for Law and Economy of China, University of Warsaw. The course is open to students from all around the […]

Programme of China Law Week 2020 announced

The Finnish China Law Center is pleased to announce the long-awaited programme for the China Law Week 2020. The event will include four information-packed sessions on the following topics: Chinese Law and Legal Culture – A Diversity of Approaches Chinese Labour Law in International and Comparative Perspectives New Challenges for China’s Belt and Road Initiative […]

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 […]

PROFESSOR JUHA KARHU ON THE NEW CHINESE CIVIL CODE – PART II

Today’s blog post will feature the second part of the Center’s interview with Professor Juha Karhu about his thoughts on the civil law codification project in China. In this part, the interview focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of civil law codification, Professor Karhu’s special interest in the rights in rem discussion, and his advice […]

New publication: Chinese Policy and Presence in the Arctic

The Finnish China Law Center is pleased to introduce the new book entitled ‘Chinese policy and presence in the Arctic’ edited by Professor Timo Koivurova and Dr. Sanna Kopra from the University of Lapland. The book was built on and developed from the report titled ‘China in the Arctic; and the Opportunities and Challenges for […]

Finnish China Law Center expands cooperation beyond the Nordic

The year 2019 oversaw the fruitful collaboration between the Finnish China Law Center, Saint Petersburg State University, and the Polish Research Centre for Law and Economy of China. On 18 October 2019, the three institutions co-organized an international conference on ‘Methodology of researching and teaching Chinese law.’ The conference created platform for discussion on the […]