What developments are shaping law in China and law in Europe?
The China-EU School of Law is dedicated to the examination of legal issues with a social impact on both China and Europe. The school facilitates research on Chinese law, European law, international law, human rights and international trade law.
The China-EU School of Law considers itself a platform for legal dialogue: European scholars and students improve their knowledge of Chinese law and practice, and in turn, Chinese scholars improve their knowledge in the field of European and international law. Thus, most scholars involved pursue a comparative approach.
The China-EU School of Law’s partners and associates contribute to professional and academic research networks. Sixteen partner universities and 28 associates, including research institutions and international law firms, form the foundation of the China-EU School of Law’s considerable academic strength.