Professor Finder Speaks On China Judicial Reforms in Hong Kong
On May 9, 2019, STL Distinguished Scholar in Residence Susan Finder wa invited to speak in Hong Kong on Reforming How China Disciplines Judges at a one-day conference on Judicial Cooperation and Judicial Reform in China. The conference was jointly organized by the School of Law, City University of Hong Kong; Centre for Judicial Education and Research (CJER), City University of Hong Kong & EU-China Legal and Judicial Cooperation (EUPLANT).
Professor Finder spoke on the first panel in the morning session, which was devoted to examining China’s judicial reforms. The afternoon session focused on issues of judicial cooperation. She commented in the afternoon on the presentations on the China International Commercial Court. Other participants in the conference included senior judges from Shenzhen, Hainan and Zhuhai, scholars from all three Hong Kong law schools, and scholars based at Queen Mary College, London.