Professor Ho Invited Speaker in NYU U.S.-Asia Law Institute Talk Series
Professor Norman P. Ho was the invited speaker for the February 4, 2016 session of NYU Law School’s U.S.-Asia Law Institute (“USALI”) Lunch Talk Series. USALI, co-directed by NYU Law professors Jerome A. Cohen and Frank Upham, is known as one of the United States’s preeminent research centers for the study of law in Mainland China and Taiwan. USALI’s weekly lunch talk series brings guest experts from the academic, government, and non-profit sectors to share their views on China and Chinese law; invited speakers in the series have included experts such as William Alford (Harvard), Ezra Vogel (Harvard), Benjamin van Rooij (UC-Irvine), Benjamin Liebman (Columbia), and Evan Osnos (New Yorker).
Moderated by Professor Jerome A. Cohen as a question-and-answer session, Professor Ho’s remarks focused on his background, research interests, views on China and Chinese legal history, and PKU-STL’s history and future development.
Norman Ho is a scholar of Chinese legal history (from Chinese antiquity up to the 12th century A.D.), legal philosophy, and Chinese law. He teaches courses on Property, Chinese Legal and Political Philosophy, Legal Theory, and International Capital Markets Transactions in Hong Kong.