• Total
  • 8
  • Courses
    • Chinese Administrative Law
    • X19058
    • Administrative law in China is understood as a branch of legal system concerning the management of administrative affairs and further the control of administrative powers. It has played an important role during the process toward rule of law in China, while suffering the same complexity with the whole governance in the transition stage.
      Since China does not boast a comprehen...

    • Jiang Hongzhen
    • Fall , 2016
    • Credit. 2
    • 734
    • Chinese Foreign Trade Law
    • LA305
    • The teaching goals of this curriculum are to lead the students to get hold of the basic concepts of the Chinese Foreign Trade Law, to closely stick to the tendency of both the laws and practice in the field of Chinese Foreign Trade, to have a general view of the related legal issues of the domestic economic activities, to cultivate the ability of drafting and reviewing the inte...

    • Hu Jiaxiang
    • Spring & Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 691
    • Chinese Company Law
    • none
    • This course is a basic course for international students and senior undergraduate students. It has been taught for 4 times (4 classes) since year 2011 and has been approved as an English-teaching Model Class and received grants from the Shanghai Education Committee and the Ministry of Education.

      The curriculum designed for undergraduate students is 48-hour teaching, incl...

    • Shen Wei
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 897
    • International Commercial Arbit...
    • LA349
    • International arbitration is a means by which international disputes can be definitively resolved, pursuant to the parties’ agreement, by independent, non-governmental decision makers, in decisions that are binding on the parties and enforceable in national courts.

      This course provides a rigorous introduction to the field of international commercial arbitration, which i...

    • Gao Wei
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 854
    • Private International Law
    • LA304
    • This course is a basic course for international students and senior undergraduate students.

      The curriculum is 32-hour teaching with 2 credits, plus an essay examination. The scale of class is about 25 international students from various countries, i.e., the US, France, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Sweden, Australia and Greece. The course is taught in Engli...

    • Xu Donggen
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 797
    • International Financial Law
    • LA402
    • This course is a basic course for international students and senior undergraduate students.

      The curriculum designed is 32-hour teaching with 2 credits, plus an essay examination. The scale of class is about 8 to 15 international students from various countries, i.e., the US, France, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Sweden, Australia and Greece. The course is t...

    • Xu Donggen
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 880
    • International Economic Law
    • LA305
    • This course is designed to explore the fundamental principles of international economic law and its relations to public international law and private international law. In addition, the course will give a general introduction to the legal systems of those related areas: international trade, international transportation and insurance, international investment, international fina...

    • Hu Jiaxiang
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 1165
    • Chinese Competition Law
    • none
    • This course will provide students with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the basics of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law. Key topics discussed in the course include cartels, abusing dominant positions, merger control, public restriction of competition law and their enforcement. Case study will be a major element for this course. Moreover, the comparative element allows stud...

    • Liyang Hou
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 944
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    • Liyang Hou
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    • Liyang Hou is currently Associate Professor of competition law, Deputy Director of the Center for Competition Law and Policy, and Executive Director of the Center for European Law at KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Shanghai). He is a member of the board of editors of the Journal of Civil & Legal Sciences, member of Academic Society for Competition Law, member of the Pacific Telecommunications Council, and member of Asian Competition Forum. His research crosses over a number of domains, including competition law, telecommunications regulation, economic analysis of law and comparative law. He has published 4 books and about 30 articles in international renowned journals.
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    • Hu Jiaxiang
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    • Xu Donggen
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    • Jiang Hongzhen
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