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Associate Professor Minas co-facilitates negotiation at COP27 climate conference

At COP27, Associate Professor Stephen Minas co-facilitated negotiation concerning national technology needs assessments (TNAs) and regional climate technology transfer and finance centres hosted by multilateral development banks.

STL Hosts the “Law Reforms around the World” Workshop

The two-day workshop brought together leading experts and scholars in the field of law reform from China, the United States, the United Kingdom, continental Europe, Latin America, Africa, and other countries and regions, to conduct in-depth discussions on topics related to contemporary national law reforms, with the purpose of promoting law reform and enhancing cooperation between law reform institutions.

STL Student Li Manyun Won the HK45 Essay Competition

Li Manyun's essay Legal Intervention in the Decentralised Era: A Skeptical Analysis of ADR's Feasibility in Blockchain Disputecritically examines the feasibility of applying Online Dispute Resolution to blockchain technology with Smart Contracts.

Linklaters Establishes Scholarship Program at STL

Linklaters Scholarship is available to full-time motivated STL students who have outstanding academic performance with demonstrated financial needs. Starting from 2022, each year eight students will receive the award of RMB 5,000 individually.

STL First Class Start Gray Student Development Fund in Memory of Their Contract Professor Whitmore Gray

The initial donation will award STL students who have outstanding academic achievements and rich experience in promoting public interest service. Starting from 2022, the program will award four students each an amount of RMB 5,000, with a total value of RMB 20,000 each year.

Professor Gilad Abiri co-taught a summer seminar sponsored by Studienstiftung

The innovative interdisciplinary seminar “Fighting Fake News – Legal Safeguards of Truth? – Theoretical backgrounds, legal means, constitutional limits” was built on Professor Abiri's co-authored article, Beyond True and False: Fake News and the Digital Epistemic Divide.

Building a Western-Style Law Library in Shenzhen, China: Peking University School of Transnational Law

The uniqueness of STL attracted the attention and interest of American law librarians and international legal experts, followed by close to an hour of Q&A session with active discussion and experience sharing.

Professor Danny Friedmann's Co-Authored Article on The Value of NFTs Published in Asia Pacific Law Revi...

2021 was a miraculous year for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which led to confusion among observers of the phenomenon from both the art industry and regulatory authorities. This article provides a dispassionate analysis of the value of NFTs from an artist’s and intellectual property (IP) perspective. In the longer term, NFTs could improve the fate of artists to authenticate their works, set their conditions and get a resale compensation per transaction.

Congratulations! STL Moot Team Ranked Top 3 in FDI Moot Shenzhen 2022

The team, formed in mid-april this year, consists of four students from Class 2020: Wang Yanchao, Du Simin, Sun Fanbo, Zhang Xue. Since all four team members had previous experience in moot court.

STL Featured in new Oxford University Press Book on Global Legal Education

The chapter, China and the Globalization of Legal Education: A Look Into the Future, was co-authored by Dean Philip McConnaughay and STL's former Vice Dean, Colleen Toomey, now Senior Associate Dean of Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs in New York City.