Dean McConnaughay encourages recent STL graduates to consider the fellowship program at PCA and ICJ…“I hope we are able to place additional STL graduates and students with these important multinational institutions!” he said.
The three-day workshop explored ways to implement Article 66.2 of the WTO TRIPS Agreement to enhance technology transfer to the least developed countries (LDCs).
Though not a common law country, “China is developing its own type of case law”. The Shanghai Maritime Court’s ruling “may be intended to be a typical case”.
Professor Asif H Qureshi Published a Monograph entitled The Americanisation of the World Trade Order
This work is intended essentially as a focus on some of the challenges of accommodating the phenomenon of an economic superpower into a normative framework, for an international trading order the ownership of which rests with the international community.
International Business Negotiations is a course taught by STL Visiting Professor Jay Finkelstein every Quarter Four.
The panel held a wide-ranging discussion covering the situation in climate negotiations after the Glasgow conference, China’s 30/60 climate targets, green finance, the role of subnational governments and non-state actors in climate policy and the linkages between climate policy and conservation of biological diversity.
The IPCC brings together leading experts from the natural and social sciences to provide regular assessments to the world’s governments on the state of climate change and the global response to it.
Dr Minas discussed the importance of digitalization in the energy sector and the role of ICTs in making finance more sustainable. Dr Minas emphasized that the ‘information society’ is a key enabler of the net-zero society.
Shilon urged the “clawback” of unearned executive compensation and called for imposing personal financial liability on Hapolaim’s directors and officers.
Distinguished Scholar in Residence Susan Finder Spoke on a EU-China Legal and Judicial Cooperation (EUPLANT) Panel
Ms. Susan Finder spoke about the role of the SPC in creating a Chinese domestic and foreign-related legal infrastructure that keeps pace with China’s place in the world.