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"One Belt, One Road, Many Laws" Experts Talk Series

New Course
Course Code
SC491A
Study mode
Part-time
Start Date
To be advised
Duration
1 hour
Language
English
Course Fee
Early Bird Fee* : HK$200 (on or before 18 April 2019)
Regular Fee* : HK$300 (after 18 April 2019)

* Fees include a light sandwich lunch with coffee/tea.
+ A statement of attendance will be issued for participants.

The “One Belt, One Road, Many Laws” Experts Talk Series aims to keep the policy, economic and professional communities informed of the latest knowledge and perspectives on China’s Belt and Road Initiative.  Each talk is delivered by an outstanding international expert on specific legal aspects of BRI in the context of transnational economic integration.  Professionals, policy analysts, investors, policy-makers and individuals interested in the BRI and transnational economic activities are welcome.

 

Talk 3: Belt and Road Dispute Settlement: Situating the China International Commercial Court

Rundown

12:15pm

Registration

12:30pm

Sandwich lunch with coffee/tea served

1:00pm

Talk 3: Belt and Road Dispute Settlement: Situating the China International Commercial Court

 1:40pm

Q & A

2:00pm

End

+A statement of attendance will be issued for participants.

 

About the Talk

China’s Supreme People’s Court has established the China International Commercial Court (CICC) to hear international commercial cases, with tribunals based in Xi’an and Shenzhen. This development can be seen as reflecting larger trends in international dispute resolution, given the recent establishment of international commercial courts in, among other locations, Dubai, Qatar, and Singapore. These courts, including the CICC, offer more institutionalized alternatives to international arbitration for resolving international commercial disputes.

But the development of the CICC also can be seen as unique: the CICC can be expected to play a distinctive – and, perhaps, central - role in resolving international commercial disputes that are related to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

From its inception, the identity of the CICC will be shaped by these two alternative, if not competing, narratives: first, the CICC as the latest in a series of innovative, and institutionalized, international commercial dispute resolution centers, and second, the CICC as a unique, and unmistakably BRI-related, forum for resolving international commercial disputes. The CICC likely will need to perform both roles, at least to some extent. How the CICC approaches its dual role as an innovative and institutionalized dispute resolution center in Asia, and as a China-based forum for resolving BRI-related disputes, likely will determine, to a significant extent, the CICC’s ultimate success.

About the Speaker

Professor Mark Feldman

School of Transnational Law, Peking University

Mark Feldman is Professor of Law at Peking University School of Transnational Law. He also serves as Global Associate at the National University of Singapore Centre for International Law and as vice chair of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration Academic Council. He previously served as a member of the E15 Initiative Task Force on Investment Policy (World Economic Forum/ICTSD) and as Chief of NAFTA/CAFTA-DR Arbitration in the Office of the Legal Adviser at the U.S. Department of State. As Chief, he represented the United States as a Respondent or non-disputing Party in more than a dozen investor-State disputes and provided legal counsel supporting the negotiation of U.S. bilateral investment treaties and investment chapters of free trade agreements (including TPP and U.S.-China BIT negotiations).  His government experience also includes service as a law clerk to Judge Eric L. Clay on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Lesotho during South Africa’s transition to democracy. In the private sector, he practiced law for several years at Covington & Burling. He holds a BA from the University of Wisconsin, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and a JD from Columbia Law School, where he was a James Kent Scholar, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and recipient of the Parker School Certificate in International and Comparative Law.

Talk 3: Belt and Road Dispute Settlement:

Situating the China International Commercial Court

On or before

18 April 2019

 

Early Bird Fee

HK$ 200

Apply Now

Course Code

IDLS9005

Application Code

1685-1974NW

Start Date

3 May 2019 (Friday)

After

18 April 2019

 

Regular Fee

HK$ 300

Apply Now

Time

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (Registration at 12:15 pm)

Venue

Professor and Mrs Enoch Young Lecture Theatre (Rm 204), Admiralty Learning Centre, HKU SPACE, 2/F Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong (Exit A, Admiralty MTR Station)

 

 

There is no formal entrance requirement.

Course Fee
  • Early Bird Fee* : HK$200 (on or before 18 April 2019)
    Regular Fee* : HK$300 (after 18 April 2019)

    * Fees include a light sandwich lunch with coffee/tea.
    + A statement of attendance will be issued for participants.

Talk 3 is awarded 1 CPD point by Law Society of Hong Kong. 

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Online Enrolment

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  1. Complete the online application form

Talk 3: Belt and Road Dispute Settlement:

Situating the China International Commercial Court

On or before

18 April 2019

 

Early Bird Fee

HK$ 200

Apply Now

Course Code

IDLS9005

Application Code

1685-1974NW

Start Date

3 May 2019 (Friday)

After

18 April 2019

 

Regular Fee

HK$300

Apply Now

Time

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (Registration at 12:15 pm)

Venue

Professor and Mrs Enoch Young Lecture Theatre (Rm 204), Admiralty Learning Centre, HKU SPACE, 2/F Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong (Exit A, Admiralty MTR Station)

 

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If you are in doubt about the procedures, please check the individual course details, or contact our programme staff or enrolment centres. 

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Notes

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