July 2006-June 2007
Legal History Series Lecture
Law during the Qing dynasty by R. Randle Edwards, Walter Gellhorn Professor Emeritus of Law, Columbia Law School and Kentaro Matsubara, University of Tokyo
Sponsored by the Society for Chinese Law.
Social Unrest and China's Coercive Use of Police Power
Pamela N. Phan, senior counsel, Congressional-Executive Commission on China (in Chinese).
Lawyering in China, Past, Present, and Future
Jerome A. Cohen, professor, NYU Law School
Summer Internship Opportunities in China
Benjamin Liebman, associate professor of Law, Columbia Law School, and director of the Center for Chinese Legal Studies, and the 2Ls and 3Ls of CCLS.
Judicial Reform in China: Successes and Failures
Zhu Suli, dean, Peking University Law School
Breakfast with Roger Peng, Hogan & Hartson LLP
How to Respond to Emerging Bullying among Children in Chinese Schools
Zhang Wenjuan (Wendy), public interest lawyer, Beijing Children's Legal Aid and Research Center
Rule of Law or Rule by Law: China’s Drive towards a ‘Fazhi (法治)’ State
Gao Xiqing, vice chairman of the National Social Security Fund Administration (NSSF) of China
Co-sponsored with the Center for Japanese Legal Studies.
So Who Got Rich First? Property Law in China
Eva Pils, visiting assistant professor of law, Cornell University
Economic Rights as Human Rights
Yang Chunfu, professor of law, Vice Dean, Nanjing University
The Influence of the U.S. Criminal Justice System on the Acculturation of Recently Arrived Ethnic Groups in the United States
William D. Oldham III, consultant and author
Recent Revision of the Chinese Securities Law and Its Implications
Liao Fan, assistant professor, Center for International Law Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
China and the Environment at a Turning Point?
Prospects for Reform and the Role of Law, Lawyers and Courts: A Panel Discussion
Wang Canfa, director, Center for Legal Assistance to Pollution Victims (CLAPV); professor, China University of Political Science and Law
Xu Kezhu, deputy director, CLAPV; professor, China University of Political Science and Law
Chang Jiwen, professor, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Alex L. Wang, Natural Resources Defense Council, attorney and director, China Environmental Law Project
Moderator: Benjamin L. Liebman, associate professor of law, director of the Center for Chinese Legal Studies.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Chinese Legal Studies and the Environmental Law Society
Weiquan (Rights Protection) Lawyering in an Authoritarian State: The China Case
Fu Hualing, associate professor, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
Religious Law and Policy in China
Zhang Shoudong, associate professor of law, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPSL)
The Current Situation in China's Countryside: A Discussion with the Authors of An Investigation into China's Peasants (中国农民调查）
In Chinese with translation, with Chen Guidi and Wu Chuntao, moderated by Benjamin Liebman.