Invitation to the first Ulrik Huber Lecture of 2018 on the development of global private international law and arbitration law.
We are honoured that Professor Dr. SHEN Wei will deliver the lecture entitled: The enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in China
The event will take place in the:Heymanszaal, Academy Building of the University of Groningen
Wednesday 18 April 2018 from 11.00 – 12.00 hrs.
Professor Dr. SHEN Wei is Dean and Professor of Law at Shandong University Law School and Global Professor of Law at New York University School of Law .
He holds a PhD (London School of Economics and Political Science), LLM (University of Cambridge), LLM (University of Michigan), LLM & LLB (East China University of Political Science and Law); Attorney-at-Law, New York. He is an associate member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (Académie international de droitcomparé), a member of Moody's China Academic Advisory Panel, a member of Financial Markets Law Committee of G20 Steering Group, and an Honorary Fellow of Asian Institute of International Financial Law, University of Hong Kong, and has been included in Marquis Who’s Who (2011 onwards).
Professor Shen is an arbitrator with Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Shanghai Arbitration Commission, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Shanghai International Arbitration Centre, Shenzhen International Court of Arbitration, and Qingdao Arbitration Commission.
He is an editor of Chinese Journal of International Law (SSCI, Oxford University Press), Journal of East Asia and International Law (SSCI), European Business Law Review (Wolters Kluwer), China and WTO Review (Yijun Press, South Korea), China Legal Science (English version, China Law Society), Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (OUP), and International Journal of Legal Discourse (De Gruyter Mouton, Germany). He is author of seven books: Rethinking the New York Convention – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge: Intersentia 2013), The Anatomy of China’s Banking Sector and Regulation (Wolters Kluwer 2014), How Is International Economic Order Shaped? – Law, Markets and Globalisation (China Law Press 2014), Corporate Law in China: Structure, Governance and Regulation (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Investor Protection in Capital Markets – The Case of Hong Kong (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Shadow Banking in China: Risk, Regulation and Policy (Edward Elgar 2016), and Chinese Business Law: Narrative and Commentary (Wolters Kluwer 2016). He edited two books: Private Law in China and Taiwan: A Law and Economic Analysis (Cambridge University Press 2016, with Chang and Wang), and Financial Regulation in the Aftermath of Global Financial Crisis: Chinese and US Perspectives (China Law Press 2016, with Romano).
He has also contributed to 27 books (24 in English and 3 in Chinese) and authored (or coauthored) over 140 articles in English and Chinese law journals.
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We look forward to welcoming you to the lecture.
Yours sincerely,Prof. Dr. Mathijs ten Wolde
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