The Centre for Asian Legal Studies hosts cutting-edge research on the laws and legal institutions in Asia, both advancing scholarly analyses of some of the world’s most important legal systems and promoting public understanding as Canada’s economic and cultural ties with Asia-Pacific countries deepen. The Centre sponsors exchange on advanced research through conferences, a speaker series, and a visiting scholar program, and offers numerous courses in Asian law. Read more...
CALS 2019-2020 Speaker Series
CALS is pleased to announce an exciting lineup of academic speakers for the year ahead:
September 13, 2019 James Kung, Professor, University of Hong Kong Elites, Ideology and Revolution: Evidence from 1911 China
September 16, 2019 Qian Liu, Ph.D Candidate, University of Victoria Revisiting Feminist Ideals of Autonomy in Marriage Through an Asian Lens
September 20, 2019 Randy Shek, Barrister, Hong Kong "The Force is No Longer with You": The Police and Hong Kong Protests
November 5, 2019 Masako Kamiya, Professor, Gakushuin University Sexual Harassment and Japanese Law in International Context
November 12, 2019 Michael Blanchflower, Barrister, Parkside Chambers Hong Kong Protests: From Peaceful Society to Petrol Bombs
January 13, 2020 Guo Li, Deputy Dean, Peking University
March 4, 2020 Albert Chen, Professor, University of Hong Kong,
March 6, 2020 Ruixue Jia, Assistant Professor, University of California San Diego
April 3, 2020 Murat Iyigun, Professor, University of Colorado
Additional talks by Gao Simin Tsinghua University and others are also planned. Stay tuned for more details!
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The Centre for Asian Legal Studies Blog is now live!
On this blog you will find a variety of voices, from Allard School of Law faculty to members of the CALS community—students, alumni, visiting scholars, practitioners, and other Asia observers.
The blog highlights CALS research, talks and other scholarly activities, as well as offering commentaries arising from our community’s engagement, in all modes, with Asian legal systems.
Keio University delegates met with Professors Harris and Goold on August 14th as part of the International Collegiate Baseball Classic.