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In a special Guiding Cases Seminar™ in collaboration with the International Law Institute (“ILI”), the CGCP hosted the 2017 China Law Society Training organized by the ILI on July 31, 2017 at Stanford Law School. The training on Judicial Responsibilities Systems was part of this year’s program focused on judicial process, responsibilities, and accountability.
CGCP Founder and Director Dr. Mei Gechlik spoke to a delegation of 22 legal scholars from the China Law Society. She was joined in her discussion by Mr. Peter Su (Partner and Member of the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice, Dentons US LLP).
This session was part of the training programs organized to place in San Francisco, following two weeks of training in Washington, D.C.
2:30 – 3 p.m. – Introduction
3 – 4:15 pm – Presentations, Q&As
- Dr. Mei Gechlik
Founder and Director, China Guiding Cases Project, Stanford Law School
China’s Guiding Cases and Their Importance to the Belt and Road Initiative
- Mr. Peter Su
Partner & Member of Intellectual Property and Technology practice, Dentons US LLP
Significance of China Cases in Cross-Border Disputes in US Litigation
4:15 – 5 p.m. – Comments from CGCP advisors and members; Group Discussion