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Subsequent Cases Referencing Guiding Cases Surged from 181 to 519; D.C. Seminar

Surge in Subsequent Conditions

Because China recognized its Guiding Conditions System in November 2010, 77 GCs have been released by the Supreme People’s Court. This is rather a amazing achievement in a nation that has typically targeted on statutes. But a genuine indicator of success lies in the full selection of similar subsequent circumstances (“SCs”) that refer to GCs. Last year, the China Guiding Conditions Task (“CGCP”) located 181 SCs. This year, the selection has surged to 519, practically a few periods the selection noted in 2016. What is the driver of this considerable increase? What other trends are presented by these SCs? Additional importantly, what are the implications of these trends for authorized instruction and authorized apply?

Future D.C. Seminar

To respond to the earlier mentioned questions, Dr. Mei Gechlik, Founder and Director of the CGCP, will share her insights throughout the Guiding Conditions SeminarTM titled “Expanding Importance of Conditions in China: Implications for Lawful Instruction and Lawful Apply”, to be held on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, from five:30 – 8 p.m., at the American University Washington University of Legislation (deal with: 4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Washington D.C., 20016).

To RSVP for this Guiding Conditions SeminarTM, click here.

Timetable

five:30-six p.m. – Registration and Reception

six-six:45 p.m. – Welcome and Keynote Speech  

Opening Remarks:

  • Dean Lia EppersonSenior Associate Dean for College and Tutorial Affairs, Professor of Legislation, Washington University of Legislation, American University
  • Catherine SchenkerAssociate Director, Worldwide Lawful Studies Application, Director, Lawful English Application, Washington University of Legislation, American University

Moderator:

  • Dr. Mei Gechlik
    Founder and Director, China Guiding Conditions Task, Stanford Legislation College
    Latest Developments of China’s Guiding Conditions System and a Summary of Choose Guo Feng’s Speech on the Compilation and Application of Guiding Conditions

Keynote Speaker:

  • The Honorable Sidney H. Stein
    Senior Choose, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
    A Response to Choose Guo Feng’s Speech on the Compilation and Application of Guiding Conditions
    * See Commentary No. eighteen.

six:45-8 p.m. – Panel Dialogue and Q&A for All Speakers

  • Dr. Mei Gechlik (Moderator)
  • DAI Di
    Ph.D. candidate, Peking University Legislation College Former Lawyer, Beijing Haijia Legislation Organization
    How Do Chinese Judges Implement Resources of Chinese Legislation?: An Analysis of Guiding Case No. five and Its Subsequent Conditions* See Guiding Case No. five, Commentary No. 13.
  • Jennifer Ingram
    Fellow and Co-Controlling Editor, China Guiding Conditions Task, Stanford Legislation College
    China’s Belt and Street Initiative and Relevant Conditions
  • Professor Jeffrey S. Lubbers
    Professor of Apply in Administrative Legislation, Washington University of Legislation, American University
    The Usefulness of Guiding Conditions, With a Emphasis on Guiding Case No. 21
    * See Guiding Case No. 21.
  • Gwenann Manseau
    Senior Counsel, Business office of the Chief Counsel for Worldwide Commerce, U.S. Division of Commerce
    The Function of Guiding Conditions in Strengthening the Chinese Business Atmosphere

The CGCP thanks our sponsors, together with Alston & Bird LLP, American University Washington University of Legislation (“AUWCL”), Broad & Shiny, the AUWCL Business office of World-wide Alternatives, the Centre for East Asian Studies of Stanford University, the Fu Tak Iam Foundation Minimal, and the Washington International Legislation Culture, for their kind and generous aid.  The CGCP strives to go on bringing you a lot more insights about China’s GCs.  Make sure you assist us achieve this aim by earning a gift to us now and develop into element of our historic mission to assist China produce its situation legislation system.  Thank you for your aid!