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International & Comparative Law

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Highlights from “Rights Litigation, Law and Political Reform in China”

Jacques deLisle, the Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law, Professor of Political Science, Director of the Center for East Asian Studies, and Associate Director of the new Center for the Study of Contemporary China at Penn, moderated. The main focus of the panelists’ discussions were how the legal picture in China is extremely complicated and, while there are some successes, there are major failures in regards to rights lawyering and rights protection.

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