During 21- 23 September 2022, the 16th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association (ECLS) will be hosted and organized by hosted and organized by the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts), Study Hub for International Economic Law and Development (SHIELD) and Centre for Private Governance (CEPRI), Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen.
Since the ECLS’s main objective is to encourage comparative and interdisciplinary research on Chinese law, the conference will be a platform for scholars and professionals to exchange ideas about Chinese law and initiate research collaboration. Although there is no strict specification on the choice of topic, the organizers especially welcome submissions that concern the following themes:
- Legal Issues of EU-China Relations
- China in the International Legal Order
- China’s New Structure of Party and State
- Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of Chinese Law
- China’s Legal Culture, Legal Traditions and Comparative Law
- International Courts and Tribunals and the Rule of Law in
- China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Global Economic Governance
- China and the Inbound and Outbound Foreign Investments: Forms of Regulation, Special Economic Zones, Investment Screening
- Global Circular Supply Chains and Regulations in China
- Cyber Security, Data Privacy and Personal Information Protection
- Artificial Intelligence and Ethics, Big Data and Intellectual Property Law
- China’s Civil Code, Corporate and Securities law
- China’s Climate Change and Biodiversity Conservation Law in Global Context
- Chinese and Comparative Labor Law
- New developments in China’s Judicial Reforms and Autonomy of the Legal Profession
Call for papers:
The ECLS welcomes the submission of paper abstracts and panel proposals. Both abstracts (max. 300 words) and proposals for panel sessions (max. 1000 words) should include the title of the paper or panel; name, institution, and email address of the author(s); and up to five keywords.
Abstracts and proposals from young researchers (PhD candidates, MA students, etc.) are welcomed as well. Young scholars’ sessions will be organized as roundtables to be moderated by senior researchers.
Proposals should be submitted online; the submission form can be found here: https://jura.ku.dk/icourts/calendar/2022/european-china-law-studies-association-annual-conference-2022/submission/. All proposals will be subject to peer-review by the organizing committee. The deadline for submissions of abstracts and panel proposals is 10 June 2022, and the deadline for submission of full papers (max. 8000 words) is 8 September 2022.
Further information regarding the call for papers can be found at https://jura.ku.dk/icourts/calendar/2022/european-china-law-studies-association-annual-conference-2022/.
All questions about submissions can be addressed to Dr. Wen Xiang (email@example.com).