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Professor Finder Speaks at USC US-China Institute

Susan Finder (far right) during a panel discussion at USC’s US-China Institute conference on Sept. 29. (Photo by Juliet Zhu/Epoch Times)

STL Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Susan Finder, an expert on China’s judicial system and author of the blog, The People’s Supreme Court Monitor, was an invited speaker at the University of Southern California’s US-China Institute’s 10th Anniversary conference, “The China Card: Politics vs. Policy,” on September 29, 2016. Professor Finder was one of twenty leading scholars, policymakers and public intellectuals from around the world addressing topics such as economic ties, environmental issues, security challenges, and the roles of businesses, civic organizations, research institutions, and various governmental agencies in managing US-China relations.

Professor Finder teaches courses on the Chinese judiciary and judicial reform from a comparative perspective in STL’s innovative dual degree J.D./J.M. program of study.

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