4 & 5 December, 2020
The International Conference on Empirical Legal Studies and Chinese Law was successfully held online on 4 & 5 December 2020. The conference is a collective intellectual endeavour to advance the emerging and fast growing discourse situated at the intersection between two established legal fields, viz. empirical legal studies and Chinese law. A good number of cutting-edge empirical research papers were selected for presentation and discussion, spanning across a wide range of legal areas, including financial law, corporate law, intellectual property law, administrative law , criminal law, courts and the judiciary, and Party regulations. The conference was also featured with keynote addresses of some of the most prominent scholars in the emerging area of research.
The online conference attracted close to 180 participants including academics, practitioners, students, alumni, and the like.