Monthly Archives: March 2012

Upcoming Law Asia Event April 17! Talk on International Arbitration in Asia by Secretary Chiann Bao of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre

Secretary General Chiann Bao 鮑 其安 of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) presents  International Arbitration in Asia:  The View from Hong Kong  April 17, 2011 Wednesday 12:30 pm Hotung 2000 Secretary General Chiann Bao will provide an overview of … Continue reading

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United States – South Korea Relations: Welcome Post by Professor Susan Weld, Executive Director of Georgetown Law Asia

As Executive Director of Georgetown Law Asia, I am happy to announce the launch of a new student-led platform for announcements, papers and commentary on topics related to Asian Law. Today, we are opening the Law Asia Forum with a … Continue reading

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Job Posting with Congressional Executive Commission on China

CECC Employment Announcement–Professional Staff Members The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is seeking professional staff members to assist in monitoring and reporting on substantive issues, including worker rights, criminal justice, freedom of residence and movement, access to justice, Xinjiang, ethnic minority rights, … Continue reading

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More Work on Human Rights Institutions by Georgetown Visiting Scholar Buhm-Suk Baek

We posted last week of some very important work being done at Georgetown Law by visiting scholar Buhm-Suk Baek. After the jump is an abstract of another article on this topic, currently forthcoming publication, regarding the role of national human rights … Continue reading

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Georgetown Visiting Scholar Buhm-Suk Baek Researches the Role of Regional Human Rights Organizations

Buhm-Suk Baek is currently a visiting researcher at Georgetown University Law Center, 2011-2012, after completing his J.S.D. at Cornell in August, 2011. He can be contacted at bb452@law.georgetown.edu. The abstract for his recent paper on regional human rights organizations, RHRIS, NHRIS … Continue reading

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Law Asia Talk – Sense of Justice in Chinese Civil Decisions

Georgetown Law-Asia   Sense of Justice in Chinese Civil Decisions A Case Analysis on Chinese Civil and Business Law Professor Lihong Zhang

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Georgetown Law Student Report on International Symposium on Transnational Human Trafficking

The Polaris Project is a nationally-renowned anti-human trafficking organization in America, with a unique presence in Japan. Run by Ms. Shihoko Fujiwara, the Japan office has for the last seven years worked to peel back the veil of ignorance that … Continue reading

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North Korean Pact Is Welcomed With Caution – WSJ.com

A very interesting development today on the US/North Korea nuclear talks. Is the agreement an indication of a change in direction by North Korea’s new leadership? Washington called North Korea’s promise to suspend enrichment to be a “modest first step.” … Continue reading

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