The Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki and Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture are proudly co-hosting Nordic China Law Week 2018.
Nordic China Law Week 2018 will include a day-long China Law Workshop, the first-ever Nordic China Law Scholars Meeting, a half-day seminar on contemporary people management in China (special guest speaker: Peter Vesterbacka of Angry Birds and Slush fame), a seminar on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, as well as guest lectures on Chinese constitutional and intellectual property law.
The Week is targeted at lawyers, people working in business (including startup founders and entrepreneurs), those working in government or international organizations, academics, students, those working in NGOs /civil society, and anyone with an interest in learning about Chinese law and legal culture.
All events are free and open to the public, with the exception of the Nordic China Law Scholars Meeting (aimed at senior scholars from education and research institutions in the Nordic region, though junior academics, including doctoral candidates, are welcome to join).
Program of events
Tuesday 17 April: Trade Governance of China's Belt and Road Initiative
Wednesday 18 April: Latest Developments in Chinese Intellectual Property Law
Wednesday 18 April: How Important is China’s Constitution?
Thursday 19 April: China Law Research Workshop (last day to register: 16 April)
Friday 20 April: Nordic China Law Scholars Meeting (hosted by Professor Pia Letto-Vanamo, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki)
Monday 23 April: Seminar: What People Management Practices Work Best in China?
Details of each event in China Law Week 2018, as well as links to register where relevant, can be found in this blog post by the Center:
The organizers thank the Confucius Institute at the University of Helsinki and University of Helsinki Chinese Studies for their support of Nordic China Law Week 2018.
Further questions and media inquiries
Please contact Stuart Mooney, Coordinator of the Finnish China Law Center, at stuart.mooney (at) helsinki.fi.