On June 8, members of STL’s Public Interest Law Foundation (“PILF”) held the “Fourth Annual PILF Auction.” PILF is a student-run organization devoted to promoting public interest law and the pro bono responsibilities of lawyers.
STL graduate Alejandra Tapia from Panama (LL.M. Class of 2016) was interviewed for an in-depth story on LL.M. programs in China.
STL Distinguished Professor of Practice Thomas Yunlong Man and 2L students Chen Chuang, Feng Yang and Wang Xianyi recently published a collection of articles in the Tribune of Social Sciences, a comprehensive bi-monthly Chinese-language journal.
During Fall 2017, three STL students and one graduate undertook prestigious judicial externships in the United States. LI Mengshi (class of 2017), LI Yidan and ZHENG Xinjia (class of 2018), and ZHANG Xi (class of 2019) share their experiences.
LL.M. student Hannah Getachew from Ethiopia recently wrote about China’s “Belt and Road Initiative” creating new opportunities for the development of renewable energy in Africa.
IEMCC Moot Court Team Earns Best Memorial Award and Silver Medal in East Asia Qualifying Round in Korea
Peking University School of Transnational Law’s International Environmental Moot Court (IEMCC) Team earned “Best Memorial Award” and the Silver Medal in the East Asia Qualifying Round of the “Stetson University International Environmental Moot Court Competition,” November 29-December 2 at Soongsil University College of Law, Seoul, Korea.
STL was represented by Professor Francis Snyder and 3L student Ni Lili at an international conference on “60 Years after the Treaties of Rome: What is the Future for the European Union,” November 27-28, 2017 in Macau.
C.V. Starr Professor of Law Francis Snyder’s and 3L student Ni Lili’s co-authored article, “Apples from China and the Emerging World Food Trade Order: Food Safety, International Trade and Regulatory Collaboration between China and the European Union,” recently was selected for publication in the Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (Oxford University Press)
Four 3L students spending their summer break in the United States spent July 21 visiting the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) in Washington D.C.
STL’s program of pairing international students with Chinese host students featured in U.S. News & World Report.