As part of Nordic China Law Week 2018 (17 - 23 April) the Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki and Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture are pleased to extend an invitation to a public lecture:
'How Important is China’s Constitution in the Chinese Legal System?'
The guest lecture will be given at 14:15 – 15:45 on Wednesday 18 April 2018 in the Meeting Room of the Faculty of Law (P545), 5th floor of the Porthania Building (Yliopistonkatu 3, Helsinki).
About the speaker
Assistant Professor YAN Tian is a scholar at the Peking University School of Law.
In addition to constitutional law, Assistant Professor Yan’s research interests include labour law and administrative law. He has published a monograph on employment discrimination law and several articles in the Chinese, English, and Korean languages.
Previously, Assistant Professor Yan served as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Peking University Law School. In addition to Bachelor and Master degrees from Peking University, Assistant Professor Yan has J.S.D. and LL.M. degrees from the Law School of Yale University.
Assistant Professor Yan will also be speaking during the second China Law Research Workshop being organized by the Finnish China Law Center on Thursday 19 April 2018.
More information: https://blogs.helsinki.fi/chinalawcenter/guest-lecture-yan-tian-peking-university-law-school-18-april-2018/
Events in Nordic China Law Week 2018 (17 - 23 April)
Those interested in Chinese law and legal culture are encouraged to join the many exciting events organized for Nordic China Law Week 2018.
These events include a day-long China Law Research 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 short-form seminar on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, as well as guest lectures on Chinese constitutional and intellectual property law.
More about Nordic China Law Week 2018: https://blogs.helsinki.fi/chinalawcenter/nordic-china-law-week-2018-17-23-april-2018/