Center for Asian Law
The Center for Asian Law (CAL) at Penn is a collaborative faculty and student effort to nurture innovative thinking on and analysis of international, and comparative law and policy in Asia.
March 15th, 2017
Wednesday, March 15, 20174:30 PM How Far is China from the Rule of Law?He Haibo is Professor of Law at Tsinghua University School of Law. He is currently a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School’s Program on East Asian Legal Studies. Professor Jacques deLisle will serve as commentator for this discussion.Tanenbaum 145, Gittis Classroom
November 19th, 2015
Thursday, November 19, 20154:30 PM Kenneth R. Feinberg, “Unconventional Responses to Unique Catastrophes: Tailoring the Law to Meet the Challenges”
Kenneth R. Feinberg will deliver the Keynote Address for the conference “Earthquakes, Nuclear Meltdowns, and Chemical Spills: Legal Responses to Disasters in the US and Asia,” on Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 4:30 pm at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. This Inaugural Conference, which will continue all day on November 20th celebrates Penn Law’s new Center for Asian Law.
This event is open to the Penn community. Please RSVP below.Golkin 100, Michael A. Fitts Auditorium
In a recently published article for the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Professor deLisle assesses the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s unanimous decision on the South China Sea dispute.
Professor deLisle served as a moderator and presenter at a conference co-hosted by the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at Brookings and the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) on how the 2016 elections in Taiwan impact domestic and international politics.
Professor of Law, Eric Feldman, participated in the Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association on June 2-3 as both Chair of a roundtable discussion on Disasters, Law, and the State in Comparative Perspective and discussant on a panel on Disasters and Law in the Pacific Rim Region.
The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) is embarking on a new initiative to gather empirical data on new approaches to helping the more than 3 billion of the world’s 7 billion citizens connect to the Internet.