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The First “State of STL” Event was Successfully Held

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.

STL Student’s Article Featured in the forthcoming Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law

STL 4L student Liu Yishu’s article, Treating Evidence from Negotiations: the so-called Exclusionary Practice will contribute to this special volume. This article addresses an evidentiary rule applied before the international court of justice.

Former Dean McConnaughay: The Most Innovative Law School in the Most Innovative City

"Starting a new job is a bit like starting law school. Most of us are filled with uncertainty about expectations and our ability to meet them...Wherever you begin, have confidence that your education at STL equips you better than most graduates to embrace the work with confidence and succeed. Also, remember you’ll always enjoy other opportunities in the future if you desire."

STL Moot Team Won the Champion in the East Asian Regional Rounds of the 2023-2024 Stetson International...

STL moot team was coached by Ms. Qiu Xiaoya, the Director of the Moot Court Competitions. Team members include 3L students Sun Chen, Yang Yiqing, An Chenglong, and a 2L student Wu Lin.

Professor Sang Yop Kang was Invited to Share His ESG Expertise at the Commemorative Symposium for the 3...

In addition to Professor Kang, participants at the conference included a Korean National Assembly member, Supreme Court Justice, Korea’s climate ambassador, policymakers, scholars and practitioners. The Chinese ambassador to Korea also celebrated the commemorative symposium for the diplomatic relations between China and Korea.

Progress and Challenges on the Agenda at Asia-Pacific Climate Week

Professor Minas also participated in the forum for National Designated Entities – which coordinate national engagement with the UN bodies responsible for climate technology – and presented an update on the work of the UN technology bodies in advance of the COP28 conference in Dubai.

The Book “Law Reforms Around the World” Edited by Professor Asif H. Qureshi Has Been Published

The book is based on a conference organized at STL in 2022 involving some 36 academics. An important chapter in the book titled “Mapping of World Law Reform Institutions” was jointly written by Manyun LI, Zhuangxu LI and Minghao HU from the class of 2021 of STL.

Professor Sang Yop Kang was Invited to Share His Expertise at the National Assembly (Congress) of Korea

As a globally leading expert on corporate group systems and their regulation, Professor Kang made policy suggestions to the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea.

Prof. Minas Participated in Symposium on Global Maritime Cooperation and Ocean Governance

The 2023 Symposium on Global Maritime Cooperation and Ocean Governance was held last week in Santa, Hainan, hosted by the National Institute for South China Sea Studies, the Huayang Center for Maritime Cooperation and Ocean Governance, and the China Oceanic Development Foundation.