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Nov. 18: Revision of China's Administrative Litigation Law

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is pleased to welcome Neysun Mahboubi from the University of Pennsylvania to give a talk on China's Administrative Litigation Law.  The talk, titled "Revision of China's Administrative Litigation Law: Opp ...

Posted Nov 12, 2014 by EALSC News

Senior Director Emeritus Irish gives invited lecture on International Trade in Taiwan at the Symposium on Improving Competitiveness of Taiwan's Financial Sector

The East Asian Legal Studies Center's Senior Director Emeritus, Professor Charles Irish  gave the keynote speech at the Symposium on Improving Competitiveness of Taiwan's Financial Sector on October 17th, 2014, in Taipei.  The symposi ...

Posted Nov 6, 2014 by EALSC News

Nov. 6: Human Rights in Post-Martial-Law Taiwan

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is delighted to host in collaboration with the Human Rights Program, a talk by Professor Margaret Lewis from Seton Hall Law School.  The talk, titled "Human Rights in Post-Martial-Law Taiwan: Lessons fo ...

Posted Oct 23, 2014 by EALSC News

Oct. 9: The Islands Problem

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is delighted to sponsor Professor Alexis Dudden of the University of Connecticut and the University of Wisconsin Law School's own Associate Dean Kelly in a talk titled "The Islands Problem: Tensions Between C ...

Posted Oct 6, 2014 by EALSC News

Sept. 22: How the World Trade Community Operates

The Global Legal Studies Center and the East Asian Legal Studies Center are sponsoring Professor Sungjoon Cho of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law to speak on "How the World Trade Community Operates."  The lecture will take place on Monday ...

Posted Sep 17, 2014 by EALSC News

Professor Ghosh gives invited lecture on Intellectual Property and competition policy at Wuhan University Faculty of Law

Apple's pricing of eBooks, Microsoft's licensing practices, Erickson's dispute in India with mobile phone manufacturer MicroMax, standard setting by trade associations ... These were some of the topics Professor Shubha Ghosh addressed at an invi ...

Posted May 28, 2014 by Shubha Ghosh

World Bank Advisor, Melissa Johns discusses "Doing Business" as a tool to promote law and development

Earlier this afternoon, Melissa Johns, an Advisor in the World Bank and IFC' s Finance and Private Sector Development Vice President, visited the UW Law School to speak on the topic of the World Bank's "Doing Business Indicators ."  Focusi ...

Posted Mar 25, 2014 by EALSC News

Vis Moot Court Team earns second place in Loyola Law School Pre-Moot

University of Wisconsin Law School's Vis Moot Court team won second place at the Tenth Annual Loyola University Chicago School of Law Pre-Moot. Representing the Law School were Antonia Ferguson, Anna Dontje, Renee Parton, Iga Fikayo Keme, C ...

Posted Mar 3, 2014 by EALSC News

Professor Charles Irish travels to Asia to give talks on collaborating

In late October, early November, Professor Charles Irish was in Asia for a series of meetings and lectures. In Taipei, Taiwan, he gave a presentation on the OECD’s Base Erosion/Profit Shifting Program for PwC and Ministry of Finance lawyers, a ...

Posted Nov 22, 2013 by EALSC News

Matthew S. Erie sheds light on the practice of shari'a by Muslim minorities in China

Given the recent and not-so-recent tensions in the Middle East, Matthew Erie's current research on the study of Islamic and Chinese law proves relevant and insightful.  His talk on Monday, October 21st gave a glimpse into his extensive stu ...

Posted Oct 25, 2013 by EALSC News

Chinese Professor retraces footsteps of 20th century British explorer

For nearly a decade, Professor Yin Kaipu of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has traced a 20th century British explorer's footsteps to document and retake his photographs of Chinese landscapes.  Yin's work has since been published in a boo ...

Posted Oct 17, 2013 by EALSC News

East Asian Legal Studies Center sponsors legal internship in Bangkok, Thailand

Iga Fikayo Keme ’14Legal Intern, Dej Udom & Associates, Bangkok, Thailand Describe your summer work experience. This summer I obtained a legal internship through the East Asian Legal Studies Center . I worked at Dej Udom & Associa ...

Posted Oct 10, 2013 by EALSC News

Wisconsin China Initiative holds Annual Advisory Board Meeting

The Wisconsin China Initiative is holding its Annual Advisory Board Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 10.  The WCI will be welcoming its new chair, Wade Fezter III , and a list of new members. "We want to make sure our students have a variety of ...

Posted Oct 9, 2013 by EALSC News

Oct. 21: Qadi Justice in Chinese Courts

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is sponsoring Matthew S. Erie, Ph.D., J.D. to present on his working paper, "Qadi Justice in Chinese Courts: The Bureaucratization of Islamic Law in the People's Republic of China."  The lecture will ta ...

Posted Oct 9, 2013 by EALSC News

Oct 17: South Asian Legal Studies Pre-Conference Workshop

The Global Legal Studies Center is hosting the Seventh Annual South Asia Legal Studies Pre-Conference Workshop, on Thursday, October 17th.  The workshop will take place from 10:00 am - 5:30 pm, in Lubar Commons (Room 7200) at the UW Law Sc ...

Posted Oct 9, 2013 by EALSC News

Incoming LLM-LI students greeted by Bucky Badger at Orientation

    This year's incoming LLM-LI students are greeted by Bucky Badger as they start the year at the University Wisconsin Law School at Orientation.

Posted Oct 9, 2013 by EALSC News

Taiwan finance leader begins scholarly work at UW Law School

Ambassador Yen Ching-Chang, Taiwan’s Minister of Finance from 2000 to 2002 and its first ambassador to the World Trade Organization, launched his scholarly work at the University of Wisconsin Law School by offering a talk Thursday afternoon o ...

Posted Oct 8, 2013 by EALSC News

The 2013 Vis Team At A Glance

Posted Sep 26, 2013 by Law School News


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