In recent year, we have witnessed the fast development of the high-tech industry in Shenzhen. It is reported that on average there is 1 tech company for every 63 people in Shenzhen and 46 patents are created every day. To keep pace with the ever-changing development, an organized IP mechanism has been established to protect the … More IP Law Association in China at the Peking University School of Transnational Law
This semester, several of our international students in Shenzhen stepped into the workplace for some interesting internship opportunities. They have been soaking up experience and expertise in a wide range of industries, from AI, to international commerce, to consumer goods. For most, it was their first experience working in China. After a year of hard study … More International Students Clocking In as Interns in Shenzhen
September and October are exciting fun times for new students, but November comes and the first round of exams brings a new sensation: oh no. How has it been for you? If you are a student, probably both exciting and tough. This is what the new students of the Peking University School of Transnational Law … More New Students on Facing Their First STL Exam Week
In the novel Frankenstein, published 200 years ago, the scientist pieced together a monster. Now, we are far from creating monsters, but theoretically, people have cracked the “code of life,” making life editable, according to Professor Zheng Ge. Professor Zheng has worked on examining the legal implications and ethical considerations around this scientific milestone. He … More Prof. Zheng Ge Talks at STL on Regulating Gene-Editing
The Shenzhen Model City Initiative (the “Initiative”) received attention when on August 18, 2019, China’s State Council issued the “Opinions of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on Supporting Shenzhen’s Pioneering Zone for Building Socialism with Chinese Characteristics”. An August 19 report on the Initiative was published by Xinhua, providing additional information and context. … More What is the Shenzhen Model City Initiative?
Professor Sang Yop Kang (姜尙烨) is Professor of Law at Peking University School of Transnational Law (STL). He teaches and does research in the areas of corporate governance, corporate law, law and economics (of corporate law and securities regulations), capital markets, financial market regulations, and East Asian economies and legal systems. At Yonsei University in Korea, … More Prof. Sang Yop Kang: STL Builds Intellectual Bridges of the East and the West
The 5th Public Interest Auction was held in the STL building on April 13th. Considered to be one of the biggest events at Peking University School of Transnational Law (STL), the annual auction offers everyone a short break from the stresses of school and brings together students, alumni, and faculty to support the next generation … More “Bid Out Loud!”- STL holds Fifth Annual PILF Auction
On March 14th, a student-association, Society of Women in Law (SWL), in the PKU School of Transnational Law (STL), held a “Feminist Legal Theory” seminar. Professor Danya Reda, Professor Nicholas Frayn, and C.V. Starr Lecturer Ms. Dina Yehia were invited to attend the sharing session. Participants were encouraged to review the articles “Introduction, Special Issue: … More Talking Feminist Legal Theory with PKUSZ Law Students