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Previous Activities

Previous Activities

 

 2005:
1. On August 31-September 4, 2005, the 1st China-ASEAN Legal Forum was held in Nanning, capital city of Guangxi Autonomous Region, China. The Forum was hosted by China Law Society and organized by China Legal Exchange Center. Over 100 legal professionals, government officials and entrepreneurs from China and ASEAN countries attended the Forum, and brainstormed on the theme “China-ASEAN Economic and Trade Laws, Policies and Practices” and such topics as “Roles of Laws in Building China-ASEAN Free-Trade Area”, “Application of Framework Agreement on Dispute-Resolution Mechanism in China-ASEAN Free-Trade Area” and “Legal Relationship Between China-ASEAN Free-Trade Area and WTO” and “Comparative Study on Chinese and ASEAN Countries’ Trade Laws and Regulations”. Nanning Declaration, a milestone in China-ASEAN legal cooperation, was adopted when the Forum concluded; and the eye-catching China-ASEAN Law Square was built on the campus of Guangxi University for Nationalities.
2. On October 20-23, 2005, the Trend of Economic Globalization and the Construction of Rule of Law International Seminar was held in Beijing. The Seminar was co-hosted by China Law Society and International Law Association and co-organized by China Legal Exchange Center and Chinese Academy of Comparative Law Studies. Over 120 legal professionals, judges, lawyers, arbitrators and government officials from 17 countries attended the Seminar.
 
2006:
1. On July 10-13, 2006, the 7th APLA Commercial and Trade Law International Seminar & the Inaugural Meeting of APLA China Chapter was held in Hohhot, capital city of Inner Mongolia. The Seminar was co-hosted by China Law Society and Asia Pacific Law Association, and co-organized by Law Society of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and China Legal Exchange Center. Over 260 legal professionals, government officials and entrepreneurs from 17 countries attended the Seminar, and brainstormed on the theme of “Legal Risks and Countermeasures of Cross-border Business”. During the Seminar, APLA China Chapter was established and 127 individuals were included as the first list of members.
2. On August 11-14, 2006, the 1st Regional Legal Cooperation Forum was held in Urumqi, capital city of Xinjiang Autonomous Region. The Forum was hosted by China Law Society, and co-organized by Law Society of Xinjiang Autonomous Region and China Legal Exchange Center. More than 120 delegates from 10 countries attended the Forum.
3. On December 9th, 2006, the National Financial Criminal Law Seminar was held in Qionghai. The theme was “Financial Criminal Law and Financial Crime”. More than 40 experts and scholars of criminal law and financial practice attended the seminar.
4. The 2nd China-ASEAN Legal Forum, themed “Legal Cooperation for China-ASEAN Free Trade Area”, blossomed in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam on December 14-17, 2006. Over 100 legal professionals from China and ASEAN countries probed into such topics as “The Legal Issues for China - ASEAN Free Trade Area”, “WTO: Experiences and Challenges” and “Legislation on Investment, Business and Trade Service in CAFTA”. With the adoption of Ha Long Bay Consensus, China-ASEAN Legal Forum was upgraded to an important platform for legal professionals to participate in the whole region’s development.
 
2007:
1. On August 1-5, 2007, the 2nd Regional Legal Forum was held in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province. The Forum was held by China Law Society, and co-organized by Law Society of Shaanxi Province and China Legal Exchange Center. More than 120 delegates from 13 countries attended the Forum and brainstormed on the theme of “Enhance Legal Cooperation and Promote the Harmonious Development of Eurasian Area”.  
2. The 3rd China-ASEAN Legal Forum was held in Chongqing, China on September 12-15, 2007. Over 200 legal professionals, government officials and entrepreneurs from China and ASEAN countries exchanged ideas on the theme “Prosperity and Development – Foreground of China-ASEAN Legal Cooperation” and such topics as “Legal Issues on CAFTA”, “Comparative Study on Legal Systems of China and ASEAN Countries” and “Pragmatic Cooperation on Legal Practice between China and ANSEAN Countries”. The Forum was highlighted by a “meet-and-greet” for legal professionals and entrepreneurs from China and ASEAN countries.
3. On October 31-November 4, 2007, China--Latin America Legal Forum was held in Shanghai. The Forum was hosted by China Law Society, and co-organized by Law Society of Shanghai Municipality and China Legal Exchange Center. About 80 delegates from 7 countries attended the Forum.
4. To bring legal professionals a better understanding of China and ASEAN countries’ legal systems, and intellectually boost the all-dimensional China-ASEAN cooperation, China Law Society established China-ASEAN Legal Training Base in Nanning in August, 2007. The Training Base has ever since sited six training courses – five for legal professionals from ASEAN countries and one for their Chinese counterparts, with totally 112 trainees attending them. The courses of the Base were organized by China Legal Exchange Center and local universities. And an alumni association, which organizes one or two gatherings each year, was founded on the 4th China-ASEAN Legal Forum (2010).
 
2009:
1. The 1st Northeast Asia Legal Forum was held on September 2nd, 2009, in Changchun. The theme was “Legal Protection and Cooperation of Investment and Trade”. More than 150 experts, scholars, judges, arbitrators, lawyers and entrepreneurs from China, Japan, South Korea, Mongolia and Russia attended the forum.
2. The 24th World Congress on International Law Philosophy and Social Philosophy was held in Beijing from September 15th to 20th, 2009. The theme was “Global Harmony and Progress in Rule of Law”. More than 800 representatives from more than 50 countries and regions attended the congress.
3. The Training Course of China-ASEAN Legal Training Base was held in Nanning and Hangzhou from October 18th to November 14th. 19 government officials, judicial officials, lawyers and enterprise legal advisers from ASEAN attended this Course.
 
2010:
1. On May 9th to 10th, 2010, the 2nd Legal Seminar for Mainland and HK & Macao was held in Hefei. The theme was “Legal Discussion on Labor and Social Security”. More than 160 experts, scholars and legislative, judicial and administrative departments’ representatives from China Mainland and HK & Macao attended the seminar.
2. On September 1st, 2010, the 2nd Northeast Asia Legal Forum was held in Changchun. The theme was “Legal Environment for Economic and Trade Cooperation between Northeast Asian Countries”. More than 160 experts, scholars, judges, arbitrators, lawyers and entrepreneurs from China, Japan, South Korea and Mongolia attended the forum.
3. On September 16th to 17th, 2010, the 2nd FOCAC-Legal Forum was held in Beijing. The theme was “Grasp the Opportunities, Strengthen the Legal Cooperation and Push Forward the Overall Development of the China-Africa New-type Strategic Partnership”. More than 200 delegates from China and around 40 African countries attended the forum.
4. The 4th China-ASEAN Legal Forum re-embraced Chongqing on November 10-14, 2010. Over 200 delegates inquired into the theme “Towards Mutual Benefit and Win-win – the Legal Cooperation after the Establishment of CAFTA” and such topics as “Research on Legal Issues Related to CAFTA”, “Amendment of Domestic Laws after the Establishment of CAFTA” and “New Trends and New Features of Legal Practical Cooperation after the Establishment of CAFTA”. On the Forum, China-ASEAN Legal Research Center and Alumni Association of China-ASEAN Legal Training Base were founded.
 
2011:
The 5th China-ASEAN Legal Forum was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on September 25-27, 2011. Over 300 legal professionals from China and ASEAN countries brainstormed on the theme “Cooperation and Win-win” and such topics as “Treaty Disputes”, “Arbitral Centers in CAFTA: Opportunities and Challenges” and “Present and Future Trends of CAFTA Trade in Goods, Services and Investment”. The Forum spawned CAFTA Commercial Mediation Center (Chongqing), HuanYu China-ASEAN Legal Cooperation Center and a journal titled China-ASEAN Legal Review was published; the alumni of China-ASEAN Legal Training Base also gathered in Kuala Lumpur.