Chinese-Foreign Commercial Law Forum Held at STL
On March 11, STL hosted the “First Chinese-Foreign Commercial Law Forum,” organized and led by Professor Zhu Daming, one of China’s leading scholars of comparative commercial law. The Forum brought together 41 top law professors from prestigious universities around China, including, among others, Tsinghua University, China University of Political Science and Law, Zhejiang University, Sun Yat-sen University, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, and Peking University. The theme of the Forum was, “Normalization of Company Resolution Act.” Forum participants prepared papers on relevant topics and presented on their areas of expertise.
The Forum was the first academic conference held in STL’s new building. Dean Philip McConnaughay extended a warm welcome on behalf of STL and said the law school was honored to host such a distinguished group of scholars, whose work is contributing to the advancement of commercial law theory, practice and reform throughout China.
Under Professor Zhu’s guidance, STL looks forward to making the Forum an annual event. Professor Zhu teaches Chinese commercial legal system, company law, and mergers and acquisitions at STL.