Law conference debates tort law legislation on the Chinese mainland
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Participants conducted an in-depth comparative study of tort law issues, providing significant insights into the future legislative development of tort law on the mainland.
The conference demonstrates CityU's commitment to pursuing comparative and international law scholarship and is co-organized by the SLW's Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law (RCCL); and the School of Law, Remin University of China; and the Research Centre of Civil and Commercial Jurisprudence at Remin University of China.
The conference would make important contributions to the comparative study of tort law and legislative developments in
Tort law is one of the most important components in civil and commercial law, and given that transactions between
The conference offers a timely and comprehensive discussion on issues such as: system and structure of tort law in
Officiating guests on 27 October were Mr Steven Wong, Deputy Solicitor General of the Department of Justice, HKSAR, and Mr Peter Lo, President of the Law Society. After theinaugural session, Professor Wang Liming, Dean of the
Other sessions were moderated by Professor Malanczuk; Professor Yang Lixin,
The conference is part of a series on Chinese and comparative law organized by the RCCL. Established in 1993, RCCL aspires to become the premier Chinese and comparative law research centre in the Asia Pacific region. Through conferences and scholarly publications, the RCCL provides a platform for academic exchanges and develops links for co-operative research.