• Schoolfellows of Law Science in 2000 paid a visit back to alma mater
  • Professor Qu Maohui and his party’s visit to Japan achieved gratifying results
  • A grand opening ceremony was held for graduate students of 2014
  • The red-carpet granding ceremony for the 2014th postgraduates
  • Our school held a seminar with Hokkaido University Law School
Pro.Wang,Zheng,Li were invited to Australia to participate in academic exchanges
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On October 22, 2015, our Professor Wang Xiaoye, Zheng Pengcheng, andLi Xiaoming were invited to Australia to participate in the 13th Forum for the Competition Law and Economics,    hosted by Australia competition and Consumer Commission and organized by University of South Australia. Representives attending the Forum were from Asian countries or regions nearly, including a hundred university professors, economists, law enforcement officials, judges and Government departments. This was our second visit to the University of South Australia since we had a partnership with the them. This forum was to discuss topics including international competition law perspective, competition law perspective of Justice, transnational mergers and acquisitions, competition law, competition law, economics of business and financial, and outlook of 2016 competition law issues. Participants engaged in heated discussions on the above subject.


Professor Wang Xiaoye was invited as the first speaker for the Forum, whose speech was  "seven years of China's anti-monopoly law enforcement: achievements and challenges". He introduced during these seven years, how Chinese anti-monopoly law departments worked to enforce the law since the law was enacted in 2008. There was analysis of antitrust legislation and law enforcement in the existing problems and future direction for improvement in his speech. His report was warmly welcomed by all participants. Professor Wang answered the various questions one by one. Professor Zheng Pengcheng and Professor Li Xiaoming also had a discussion over the  related problems with representatives of various States under full exchanges of ideas. Through this forum, we will explore the competition law teaching and research cooperation with foreign counterparts in the field. After following the visit to University of South Australia in May this year, our delegation's current visit will promote the further development of cooperation.