Professor Susan Finder Speaks at the Chinese Academy of Law and Social Studies at Shanghai Jiaotong Uni...
Professor Finder spoke in Chinese, setting out the highlights of her forthcoming article to be published in China Law and Society Review on How the Supreme People’s Court Supports the Development of Foreign-Related Rule of Law.
Professor Kang highlighted China's unique socio-economic system during the conference while explaining cases related to China's distinctive hostile takeovers, such as the Vanke-Baoneng incident. He argued that the existing discussions and theories surrounding hostile takeovers are not able to directly apply to China's situation.
STL Professor Nitzan Shilon Advocates Market Institutions for a Successful Opening Up of China’s Finan...
Professor Nitzan Shilon's insights contribute to the ongoing dialogue on China's financial market reforms, advocating for a comprehensive approach that includes both regulatory frameworks and the development of robust market institutions.
After learning about the breadth, development and impact of Chinese judicial reforms, the class members had a chance to see the inside of a Chinese court with their own eyes.
"When STL was established in 2008, we were unique. What is compelling, and exciting, is that we are just as unique in 2023. Our model is difficult to replicate. That was an enormous advantage in 2008, and that advantage is equally significant in 2023. What we certainly did not have in 2008 was 1,000 alumni, making significant contributions throughout China and throughout the world, with a deep, lasting commitment to the school. STL’s future is promising."
STL professor Stephen Minas participated in the conference in several capacities, including as a participant in negotiations, a member of the UNFCCC Technology Executive Committee and as an organiser or speaker in various panel discussions.
Professor Kang’s lectures focused on (1) a theoretical explanation of controlling shareholders’ tunneling activities (a general theoretical approach rather than specific to any jurisdiction) and (2) issues related to China's dual-class equity structures and other aspects of corporate governance.
Visiting Professor Leonardo Borlini Participated in the 4th Academic Symposium on Corruption and Shared...
In his talk at the Symposium, he discussed the main findings of this article, which complements the gap in research on the functioning and results of the monitoring and compliance mechanism (MMs) of the international anti-corruption treaties. It focuses on the main patterns of text data analysis using computer processes to identify and compare achievements and shortcomings in the implementation and compliance of international anti-corruption rules.
This event brought together students, faculty, alumni and distinguished guests from law firms, corporations and legal institutions. Attendees had the opportunity to review STL’s remarkable achievements, gain insights into STL’s future directions and watch a series of exciting artistic performances by STL members.
December 15, 2023