?China?s Changing Courts: Populist Vehicle or Party Puppet??

We’ve received an update from the U.S.-Asia Law Institute at the NYU School of Law…

Informing us that they are now showing on their US-Asia Law Institute’s website.

The webcast of “China’s Changing Courts: Populist Vehicle or Party Puppet?”  from Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009 and featuring a panel of China law scholars, including

  • Prof. Ben Liebman of Columbia Law School,
  • Prof. Xin “Frank” He of the City University of Hong Kong School of Law,
  • Prof. Nicholas C. Howson of the University of Michigan School of Law,
  • Prof. Carl Minzner of Washington University School of Law,
  • and Rachel E. Stern, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Berkeley.

They invite us to watch the webcast at: http://www.usasialaw.org/
They write:

After watching, please submit questions to the panelists. 
The panelists will be taking questions from the web audience; 10 questions will be answered on our website. 
Please submit questions by Wednesday, February 25, 2009 via email: usasialaw(at)nyu.edu with the subject line
"Court Panel Question."
They will post the answers by Monday, Mach 2, 2009.
Please note that you will need RealPlayer to watch the webcast.  RealPlayer can be downloaded for free: www.real.com <http://www.real.com/>