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Summary of China Law International Summer Camp 2014

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The China Law International Summer Camp 2014, sponsored by China Law Society (CLS) and organized by China Legal Exchange Center, was held from July 16 to July 30, 2014 in Beijing and Shanghai, China. Eleven students from University of Western Sydney of Australia, Edith Cowan University of Australia and Monash University of Australia participated in this program. 

 
During the Camp, eight lectures was given by famous Chinese legal professors and jurists on the following subjects: 1) China’s reform and opening up policy and the socialist market economy; 2) the socialist system of laws with Chinese characteristics; 3) Chinese legal education; 4) Chinese financial law; 5) Chinese foreign trade and economic laws; 6) Characteristics and development of Chinese judiciary system; 7) Chinese externally-oriented economy; 8) Chinese law and society.  
 
Mr. Yin Baohu, Director-General of China Legal Exchange Centre, made a speech on the Opening Ceremony
 
Mr. Wu Zhipan, Executive Vice-President of Peking University and Vice-President of China Law Society, gave participants a lecture on Chinese Financial Law
 
Mr. Zheng Ge, Professor of KoGuan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, gave participants a lecture on Chinese Law and Society
 
Participants visited Shanghai People’s Procuratorate, Shanghai First Intermediate People’s Court, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, the School of Law of the University of International Business and Economics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Beijing King & Wood Mallesons Law Firm, and learned more about China’s arbitration system, trial system, procuratorial system and Chinese Law Firms’ practice. 
 
Participants visited the School of Law of the University of International Business and Economics
 
Participants visited China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission
 
Participants visited Beijing King & Wood Mallesons Law Firm
 
Participants visited Shanghai People’s Procuratorate
 
Participants visited Shanghai First Intermediate People’s Court
 
Participants visited KoGuan Law School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 
Besides specialized lectures and visits to legal institutions, participants also visited some famous cultural sites, including the Forbidden City (the imperial palace), the Great Wall, the Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven and ancient alleys in Beijing and Yu Yuan Garden, Cheng Huang Temple, Zhujiajiao Water Town, Lujiazui Financial and Trade Zone, the Bund, the China Pavilion of the Expo 2010 Shanghai China in Shanghai. Participants got a better knowledge of Chinese history and culture through these tours. 

Participants visited the Forbidden City

Participants visited the Great Wall

Participants visited Yuyuan Garden of Shanghai
 
Participants visited Zhujiajiao Water Town