In celebration of the success of STL’s Summer Honors Program (SHP) since 2009, STL is launching the first “SHP T-shirt Design Competition.” We are inviting imaginative 2016 SHP applicants to create an innovative design for the 2016 SHP T-shirt. The design should reflect your thoughts and understanding of STL and the globalization of legal education. Grab the chance and show us your creative talent!
- Be creative, and keep it original
- The design should be appropriate for replication on a T-shirt (create something you’d like to wear!)
Open only to 2016 SHP Applicants.
Please submit your design to email@example.com before June 19, 2016. Please submit both the original file format and a high quality JPEG file. The files should be provided as an email attachment.
The winner will be decided by votes on STL’s public Wechat account. All submitted designs will be posted on STL Wechat anonymously for the public to vote. The design with the most votes will be selected as the 2016 SHP T-shirt design winner.
The winner will be awarded a prize of 1000RMB. The runner-up will be awarded a prize of 500RMB.
Phone: (86755) 2603 2287
All designs should be original. If there is any copyright problem, STL has the right to disqualify the designer from the competition and cancel the awarded prize.
Date & Time: 7 p.m.- 9 p.m., April 29 (Friday)
Venue: C302, PKU Shenzhen
Speaker: Sun Chuan
Host: Professor Thomas Man
In addition to the above, the following courses have a final paper requirement in lieu of a final exam:
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Techniques for Drafting Contracts (JDE)
- Transnational Legal Practice II
- China Judicial Reform from a Comparative Perspective
- Emerging Chinese Evidence Jurisprudence from a Comparative Perspective
- Case Exercises of Civil Law
- Criminal Procedure
For more information about PKU-STL’s 2019 J.D./J.M Admissions (Chinese Mainland students), please click here.
For more information about PKU-STL’s 2019 J.D./J.M. Admissions(Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan students), please click here.
For more information about PKU-STL’s 2019 J.D./J.M. Admissions(International students), please click here.
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Date & Time: 12:10 -1:30 pm, Dec. 3 (Thursday)
Venue: B218, PKU Shenzhen
Lecturer: Professor Vicenc Francesc Feliú, Associate Dean for Library Services, Villanova University School of Law
This presentation will focus on developing themes within academic libraries, especially academic law libraries. The conventional wisdom is that libraries are doomed to disappear because of two primary premises: users are techno savvy and materials are easily available online. These two assumptions lead to the conclusion that since print materials are disappearing users no longer need mediation to interact with information. This talk proposes that digital know-how is not necessarily information literacy and that there is a continuing place for the academic library in the foreseeable future.
Professor Feliú joined the Villanova University School of Law as Associate Dean for Library Services from the University of the District of Columbia School of Law where he was Director of the Law Library and taught International Human Rights and Advanced Legal Research. Professor Feliú’s scholarship has focused on Civil Law issues in Louisiana, Copyright Law, and in pedagogical reform in legal research. Professor Feliú received his B.A. in Linguistics from California State University, Fullerton, his J.D. and LL.M. in Intellectual Property, Commerce & Technology from the Franklin Pierce Law Center, and his M.L.I.S., with a Law Librarianship Certificate, from the University of Washington. At Villanova, Professor Feliú teaches Advanced Intellectual Property/Cyber Law and Copyright Law.
Professor Sang Yop Kang was an invited speaker at the 21st Century Commercial Law Forum, 16th International Symposium, hosted by Tsinghua University Law School, October 29-30, 2016. The theme of this year’s symposium was, “Corporate Restructuring: Law and Practice.” Professor Kang delivered remarks on “Takeover Defense Mechanisms of Korea.” Since 2001, the annual 21st Century Commercial Law Forum has gathered distinguished corporate law scholars, practitioners and policymakers from throughout China and the world to engage in high-level academic discussions on a wide range of commercial law topics.
On November 2, 2016, Professor Kang was invited by Renmin University School of Law to deliver a lecture on his article, Rethinking Self-Dealing and the Fairness Standard: A Law and Economics Framework for Internal Transactions in Corporate Groups, which will be published in a forthcoming issue of the Virginia Law & Business Review.
Professor Kang is a scholar of corporate law and governance, securities regulations, law and economics of corporate and capital markets, law and finance and Chinese economic polices. His research is published in leading academic journals including, for example, his article, “Generous Thieves”: The Puzzle of Controlling Shareholder Arrangements in Bad-Law Jurisdictions, which was published in the issue of the Stanford Journal of Law & Finance. Professor Kang teaches courses on corporate governance from the global perspective, economic analysis of corporate law, corporate and financial markets, and East Asian economic structures in STL’s innovative dual degree J.D./J.M. curriculum.
4L student Jiang Shan has returned to STL following a several month externship with the World Bank’s International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in Washington D.C. STL is a leader in providing academic credit for superior temporary professional placements for STL students.
Jiang Shan shares insights about her experience in the following interview (in Chinese).
Professor Mark Feldman was one of several leading experts invited to speak at the October 27, 2016 Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Seminar in Seoul, Korea focusing on “Current Issues in International Investment Arbitration.” Professor Feldman, a scholar of international investment and treaty arbitration, spoke on the topic of “Investment Arbitration: Policy Divergence, Prospects for Harmonization, and Implications for the Developing World.” Speakers for the seminar included Meg Kinnear, General Secretary of ICSID, Jiun Kim, Vice Director of International Legal Affairs for Korea’s Ministry of Justice, and several leading professors and practitioners. The seminar was jointly sponsored by the Seoul International Dispute Resolution Centre, the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board, and Seoul National University.
Professor Feldman regularly is asked to lend his expertise to important issues of economic law. He currently serves as a member of the E15 Initiative Task Force on Investment Policy and, earlier this year, he was an invited expert to the G20 International Trade and Investment Workshop in Nanjing. He also serves on the Academic Council of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), as a Global Associate at the National University of Singapore’s Centre for International Law, and as an arbitrator of the Shenzhen International Court of Arbitration. Professor Feldman teaches contracts, international business transactions, and international investment treaty arbitration at STL.
STL Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Susan Finder, an expert on China’s judicial system and author of the blog, The People’s Supreme Court Monitor, was an invited speaker at the University of Southern California’s US-China Institute’s 10th Anniversary conference, “The China Card: Politics vs. Policy,” on September 29, 2016. Professor Finder was one of twenty leading scholars, policymakers and public intellectuals from around the world addressing topics such as economic ties, environmental issues, security challenges, and the roles of businesses, civic organizations, research institutions, and various governmental agencies in managing US-China relations.
Professor Finder teaches courses on the Chinese judiciary and judicial reform from a comparative perspective in STL’s innovative dual degree J.D./J.M. program of study.
Susan Finder (far right) during a panel discussion at USC’s US-China Institute conference on Sept. 29. (Photo by Juliet Zhu/Epoch Times)
Professor Dr. Stephan Jaggi’s new book, The 1989 Revolution in East Germany and its Impact on Unified Germany’s Constitutional Law – The Forgotten Revolution? (Hart and Nomos 2016), which was published to critical acclaim as a path-breaking and seminal analysis of East Germany’s 1989 Revolution, has received another favorable review, this one by Richard Albert, Professor of Law at Boston College. In his review, Professor Albert writes that, “Jaggi’s book ensures that those who seek to preserve the memory of the 1989 Revolution will always have a compelling account of its unfolding and its impact.”
The full book review is available here.