China Guiding Cases Project: New Guiding Cases, Lunch Series on China, and more!

The China Guiding Cases Project (“CGCP”) is pleased to inform you that Guiding Cases No.13 to 16 (Chinese) and Guiding Case No. 13 to 16 (English) are ready.  We have standardized our formats and posted all Guiding Cases (i.e. No. 1 to 16) in these formats on our website:
http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases/.

The CGCP is entering a new stage with exciting developments.  From late April to May, we will, together with four other co-sponsors at Stanford University, host a lunch series on China (seehttps://cgc.law.stanford.edu/news/).  Speakers include legal practitioners and other experts from China and the United States.  In addition, we are going to participate in a few international conferences, including the World Justice Forum IV, which will be held in July in the Hague (http://worldjusticeproject.org/world-justice-forum-iv/home).

The CGCP would not have made such progress if we had not received assistance from our dedicated team of translators and editors.  We are grateful to them for helping us prepare high quality products that are available to thousands of our subscribers around the world.  To subscribe to our list, please visit https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/chinaguidingcasesproject or follow the “Subscribe” link on our website.

The CGCP is completely run by volunteers with guidance from Mei Gechlik, our Director.  If you value our work, believe in our mission, and want to support our growth, please go to http://giving.stanford.edu/goto/cgcpgift to make a contribution!  We cannot sustain our success unless we have your support.  Thank you very much!

The CGCP Team

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