Public Lecture: “Pro Bono Practice for Chinese Lawyers,” March 11

Date & Time: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Mar. 11 (Friday)

Venue: C102, PKU Shenzhen

Language: Chinese

Panelists: Li Yan

STL’s student-run Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) is hosting attorney Li Yan on Friday, March 11 for a public lecture (in Chinese) discussing the work of the Shenzhen Futian Wider Legal Service Center (“Wider”), which Li Yan helped to establish.  Wider’s principal mission is to promote and facilitate public interest awareness and pro bono legal services in Shenzhen and elsewhere in China.

PILF lecture - Li Yan

“JT&N Cup” Case Note Writing Competition, February 2016

Thanks to the generous financial support of the Beijing-based law firm, Jincheng Tongda & Neal (“JT&N”), the Peking University Transnational Law Review is pleased to announce the launch of the inaugural “JT&N Cup” Case Note Writing Competition for STL students. The Case Note Competition is an opportunity for STL students to showcase their English-language legal writing and research skills. JT&N, like other leading Chinese firms, increasingly values English-language proficiency in the delivery of legal services involving international transactions and disputes.

Competition details, including a schedule and list of prizes, can be found here.

Quarter 2 Exam Period (January 24-31)

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In addition to the above, the following courses have a final paper requirement in lieu of a final exam:

  • Justice
  • 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

Career Panel: Exploring Corporate Law Careers in HK, January 8

Date & Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., Jan. 8 (Friday)

Venue: C303, PKU Shenzhen

Language: English

Panelists: John Moore, Alfred Leung, David Chang, and Norman P. Ho

Students are welcome to join STL’s career panel on Friday, January 8 at 7:00 p.m. in C303, as leading corporate attorneys David Chang, Alfred Leung, and John Moore discuss their corporate law careers in Hong Kong.  The panel will be moderated by STL Professor Norman P. Ho, who previously worked in two major multinational law firms in Hong Kong before joining STL in 2014.

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