Conference: Deals & Disputes: China, Hong Kong, and Commercial Law

The Asian Studies Center and the Center for International Legal Education at the University of Pittsburgh will hold a conference, "Deals & Disputes: China, Hong Kong, and Commercial Law" on May 18-20, 2021.  Join us for virtual sessions over the course of three days that will consider the structure, reach, and impact of China’s Belt & Road Initiative and its implications for commercial relations, dispute resolution, and the future of legal developments in Asia more generally.

Challenging Trump's WeChat Ban

Challenging Trump's WeChat Ban

April 5, 2021 12:00-1:15 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada) via Zoom

In August 2020, former President Trump issued an executive order banning the messaging app WeChat. In response to the ban, a group of grassroots activists formed the nonprofit WeChat Users Alliance (USWUA), which successfully litigated the executive order in court. This webinar will feature a conversation with leading members of the USWUA and the litigation team.

Online lecture series: "Animals, Capital, and the Law" (Harvard)

The purpose of this Webinar series is to highlight new and creative research in the growing field of animal studies. This series will emphasize how Canadian scholars, jurists, and writers have played a disproportionately influential role in the development of this interdisciplinary subject.

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