The Harvard Law School China Law Association (CLA) will host its annual China Law Symposium, “Charting a New Course through Uncertainties,” from Monday, March 28th to Thursday, March 31st. The Symposium brings together prominent legal scholars and practitioners to shed light on major developments in US-China relations. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and engage with leading experts from various fields regarding some of the cutting-edge issues pertaining to law, policy, and business in China.
This year’s Symposium offers panels on the future of the WTO, the Belt and Road Initiative, the Chinese and U.S. capital markets, intellectual property and technology exchanges, and a keynote speech feature Mr. Stephen Orlins, President of the National Committee on United States-China Relations.
We cordially invite you to join us as we explore ways to chart a new course through uncertainties that loom over the Pacific. The complete Symposium schedule, including panels, speakers, and registration links, can be found here: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/cla/china-law-symposium/.