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Law & Business Seminar: The Mixed Progress of Corporate Governance in China


14 August 2017

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The Mixed Progress of Corporate Governance in China

Speaker: Professor Guo Li, Peking University Law School

This seminar will address the development and predicament for the governance area of Chinese companies in the past years, through a comparative and contextual approach. The issues covered include the independent director, board of supervisors and shareholders' lawsuits, etc.

About the speaker

Guo Li is a Professor of Law and Vice Dean at Peking University Law School, and the chief editor of PKU Journal of Legal Studies. He has also taught and researched at Cornell, Duke, Freiburg, Vanderbilt, Case Western Reserve, and the recipient of the Humboldt Foundation Fellowship. His scholarly interests cover financial laws, social development and comparative studies. He is a graduate of PKU, Southern Methodist, and Harvard Law School.

Commentator: Jim Harrowell AM, Partner, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers

Chair: Professor Vivienne Bath, The University of Sydney Law School

Registration (GST inclusive)
Full Fee: $77
Sydney Law School Alumni: $66
Sydney Law School Full Time Student: $44
Group 3+: $55

CPD Points: 1


This Law & Business Downtown Seminar is co-sponsored by the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law (CAPLUS) at The University of Sydney Law School and the  China Studies Centre at The University of Sydney.

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Time: 5.30-6.45pm (registration and light refreshments from 5pm)

Location: CBD Campus, level 17, 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney (Stockland Building)

Cost: See above

Contact: Professional Learning & Community Engagement

Phone: 02 9351 0429

Email: 3a043e48142220024d1d714536150c4a3368575c0c691437