Professor Zhu Invited Scholar at 5th Annual Meeting on Sino-Japanese Company Law
Professor Zhu Daming was an invited scholar at the Fifth Annual Meeting on Sino-Japanese Company Law, sponsored by the Japanese Company Law Research Society. This year’s meeting, which was held July 29-30 in Tokyo, focused on hostile takeover and anti-takeover measures. In addition to Professor Zhu, the Chinese delegation included professors from Tsinghua University, Peking University-Beijing, and South West University of Political Science and Law. The Japanese delegation was represented by professors from the University of Tokyo and Gakushin University, as well as practicing lawyers from Nishimura & Ashai, the largest international law firm in Japan. The annual meeting on Sino-Japanese Company Law has become an important platform for high-level exchange between company law scholars and practitioners from China and Japan.
Professor Zhu is a leading scholar of financial law and comparative commercial law. Earlier this year, he was appointed a Director of the China Commercial Law Society, the largest commercial law academic society in China. Professor Zhu teaches courses on company law, mergers & acquisitions, and Chinese commercial legal system in STL’s highly interactive dual-degree J.M/J.D. program of study.