LUMS Students Attend ‘Introduction to Chinese Law’ Course
The Centre for Chinese Legal Studies (CCLS) at the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law at LUMS offered its inaugural course for law students titled, ‘Introduction to Chinese Law’ during its Fall 2019 semester. The course equipped students with an understanding of the Chinese legal system and its frameworks. Topics covered during the course included traditional Chinese law, the constitution of modern China and its recent modifications, the role of the Communist Party, economic governance and business law, and environmental law.
'Introduction to Chinese Law' was taught by esteemed members of the faculty from the School of Law, Wuhan University, People’s Republic of China—Professor Ben Boer, Professor Xiang Yan, and Associate Professor Yuan Kang. The course was well-received by the students and faculty alike who received valuable insight into the workings of the Chinese legal system.