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Peking University School of Transnational Law Successfully Holds Workshop on Algorithmic Recommendation...

STL has a highly internationalized faculty and its curriculum and talent cultivation model are highly forward-looking, focusing on practical needs, and committed to cultivating high-end foreign-related legal talents with an international perspective and global competitiveness to meet the challenges of the new world.

Professor Mark Feldman’s New Essay on Investment Arbitration in Beijing is Published in Columbia FDI P...

Professor Feldman points out that to support international investment dispute resolution, a major multilateral development bank like AIIB should consider developing instruments with characteristics such as larger scope and dispute-prevention-oriented consideration.

Professor Minas Writes on New UN High Seas Agreement

STL Associate Professor Stephen Minas wrote an article for the South China Morning Post on this landmark deal, focusing on its potential to unlock breakthroughs in marine biotech.

Professor Mark Feldman’s chapter included in the Cambridge Compendium of International Commercial and ...

To expand public access to international commercial arbitration awards, three alternative models are accordingly provided in the chapter.

Obituary: Professor Duncan Alford (1963-2023)

STL is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Professor Duncan Alford, who is always good friend and supporter of STL. The thoughts of us all go to his beloved family and friends. He will be deeply missed.

Professor Daniel C.K. Chow Will Have Three New Law Review Articles Published in 2023

Professor Chow is visiting STL from the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law USA where he holds the Bazler Chair in Business Law. He writes and teaches in the fields of international trade and business, international intellectual property, and China.

Professor Joy Xiang Presented at EU Conference on Global High-tech Standards

The conference started with leaders and experts from the EU, the United Kingdom, the United States, as well as Professor Xiang discussing policy trends in global high-tech standards and the impact of major jurisdictions’ policy measures on international standardization.

STL Law and Humanities Seminar Series

LHSS") was launched in 2020 by Professor Norman Ho. LHSS aims to provide a venue and forum for discussion of and engagement with various topics in the law and humanities, broadly defined, including (but not limited to) law and literature, law and history, law and philosophy, and law and the arts, across all geographical regions, cultures, and traditions.

Global Cooperation Needed on Climate Change as Emissions, Temperatures Continue to Rise After Pandemic ...

STL Associate Professor Stephen Minas wrote for the South China Morning Post on opportunities in the year ahead to work together on climate change.

STL Moot Team Ranked Top 4 at the Asia-Pacific Rounds of the 16th Monroe E. Price International Media L...

STL Moot Team consists of four 3L students: Cheng Fangfei, Liu Xing, Xiao Nan and Yang Wenxin.