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China Law Update: Suzhou Intermediate People’s Court delivered work report with guiding cases in protecting the rights and welfare of seniors

In a work report published in September 2014 the Suzhou Intermediate People’s Court appealed to the whole society to pay attention to the right of elders, who increasingly need and deserve assistance. According to the report, cases of abuse, neglect … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event at Wilson Center: China and Latin America: Seeking a Path to Sustainable Development

China and Latin America: Seeking a Path to Sustainable Development Co-sponsored by the China Environment Forum and Latin America Program The rise of China has been a boon to the economies of Latin America for more than a decade, with … Continue reading

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Georgetown Event:CHANGING IMAGES OF WOMEN IN INDIAN CINEMA

Georgetown University Department of English and School of Foreign Service In Partnership with the Embassy of India present: CHANGING IMAGES OF WOMEN  IN INDIAN CINEMA  A PANEL DISCUSSION  Monday, April 20, 2015 at 6:00 in Copley Formal Lounge RSVP HERE … Continue reading

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Georgetown Law Event: Institutes of International Economic Law Workshop

Georgetown Institute of International Economic Law cordially invites you to presentations entitled Developing Countries and the Work of the Advisory Centre on WTO Law and Appellate Body Report, Argentina – Measures Affecting the Importation of Goods featuring Fernando Pierola Senior … Continue reading

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Asia Society eNews, March 24, 2015

Dear Friends, Please see eNews on March 24 2015 from Asia Society titled Lee Kuan Yew Remembered; North Korea Undercover; A Chinese Musical Master, Onstage. You can find a full version of eNews here: http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=eb1f3ae00632ae82d5db50505&id=1c1b9ed775&e=1cc794792f Law Asia Institute has a … Continue reading

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Access to Justice–Notes after Pro Bono Trip to New Orleans

(Chenying Tan, Research Assistant at Georgetown University Law Center) During this year’s spring break, I had the pleasure of serving as a volunteer working full-time in New Orleans Pro Bono Project.  This trip not only reminded me of why I … Continue reading

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Georgetown Event: WHY THE GOLDEN URN? QING USE OF THE TRULKU SELECTION SYSTEM IN THE 18TH CENTURY TIBET AND MONGOLIA

Georgetown Institute for Global History & The SFS Asian Studies Program cordially invites you to a presentation entitled WHY THE GOLDEN URN? QING USE OF THE TRULKU SELECTION SYSTEM IN THE 18TH CENTURY TIBET AND MONGOLIA featuring Tsering Shakya Canadian … Continue reading

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March 25, China Law Talk: Chinese Administrative Law Reform after the Communist Party’s Fourth Plenum

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