人工智能时代的法学教育与法律实践:澳大利亚的一些思考和实践

[ 作者]: 袁利平 [ 发布时间]: 2019-04-01 [ 来源]:

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讲座题目:人工智能时代的法学教育与法律实践:澳大利亚的一些思考和实践
 
主讲人:王之琼 博士 澳大利亚西悉尼大学法学院副院长
主持人:杨力 上海交通大学凯原法学院教授、博士生导师
 
讲座时间:2019年4月1日周一 14:00-15:30
讲座地点:上海交通大学徐汇校区凯原法学院203室
主办单位:上海交通大学凯原法学院法律大数据研究中心、
上海市大数据社会应用研究会
 
主讲人简介:
 
 
Dr Zhiqiong June Wang joined the School of Law in 2010 where she is Associate Dean (International). In addition to her legal education in China, June has an LLM from the University of Sydney and a PhD from the University of New South Wales. Prior to joining the WSU Law School, she was an associate lecturer in the School of Business Law and Taxation at UNSW. Before entering academia, June worked as a lawyer in Beijing specialising in foreign investment law, international trade regulation and intellectual property law.
Educated in both Civil Law and Common Law and with a strong background in international legal practice, June is a leading expert on franchise law and a highly respected commentator on Chinese law. Besides academic publications, June has contributed to submissions and reports to the Chinese government that have influenced the development of regulation and government policies on the franchise sector in China. June is also adjunct/visiting professor at several prestigious universities in China, and she is routinely invited to deliver guest lectures, seminars, and conference papers internationally.
June’s current research focuses on Chinese law, where she takes a comparative, inter-disciplinary and socio-legal approach to research, and endeavours to provide original observation and analysis of the various reforms of commercial law, and changes of behaviours by foreign businesses and administrative authorities and courts in China. Collaborating with a leading authority in Chinese law, June is leading a major research and writing project on dispute resolution in China, including in-depth examination of litigation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), the development of the legal profession, and judicial reforms in China.
June teaches Business Law, Chinese law, and comparative law. She believes that legal education should empower law students with a practical, contemporary and commercially relevant edge by establishing in students a robust understanding of the Australian legal system, enlivening students with innovative practical legal skills, and educating students to become global citizens with international experiences and comparative perspective within different social, cultural and political contexts. As Associate Dean (International), June leads the School’s development of partnerships between institutions and external opportunities for staff and students.
 

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