Stanford CGCP
Student Writing Contest

Stanford CGCP<br>Student Editorial Contest 4

The CGCP speaks to Chinese law students visiting Stanford


CGCP Founder & Director Dr. Mei Gechlik spoke to students from four Chinese law schools to explain China's efforts in building its groundbreaking "Case Guidance System"

CGCP Student Editorial Contest

The CGCP Engages Chinese Youths


CGCP Founder & Director Dr. Mei Gechlik and the Stanford university participants in the May 2019 telesummit organized by the Stanford University and Zhejiang University chapters of the Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford (FACES)

CGCP Student Editorial Contest 1

The CGCP Engages Chinese Youths


Chinese student participants in the May 2019 telesummit organized by the Stanford University and Zhejiang University chapters of the Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford (FACES)

CGCP Student Editorial Contest 2

The CGCP Engages Chinese Youths


Chinese student participants in the May 2019 telesummit organized by the Stanford University and Zhejiang University chapters of the Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford (FACES)

Stanford CGCP Student Writing Contest

The China Guiding Cases Project (the “CGCP”) of Stanford Law School is proud of the work it has done to engage tomorrow's leaders in China and around the world on the most pressing issues related to Chinese law. Continuing this focus, the CGCP and Third Classroom, a company committed to helping Chinese young people develop global competence and understanding, are jointly organizing the Stanford CGCP Student Writing Contest (斯坦福CGCP学生写作竞赛).  Together, we hope to encourage students from high schools and colleges in China to effectively express and substantiate their views on challenges and opportunities we face in today’s intricately connected world.