Centre for Asian Legal Studies

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The Centre for Asian Legal Studies was established in February 2012 as part of the NUS Law's strategy to position itself as Asia's Global Law School. Legal developments in Asia are now of critical importance to Singapore and to the entire world. (Read More).
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Comparative Constitutional & Administrative Law Seminar Series: Towering Judges
By: Associate Professor Iddo Porat, College of Law and Business
Chairperson: Assistant Professor Swati Jhaveri, NUS Law
Date: 12 February 2019, Tuesday
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Eu Tong Sen Building Level 1, Lee Sheridan Conference Room
Empirical Study on the Judicial Review of the Validity of International Arbitration Agreements in China: Commentary on SPC-led Arbitration Reform in China
By: Associate Professor Yuan Dujuan, Law School of Shanghai University
Chairperson: Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu, NUS Law
Date: 15 February 2019, Friday
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Eu Tong Sen Building Level 1, Lee Sheridan Conference Room
The Criminal Law on Morality and Constitutional Equality: The Road Not Taken
By: Distinguished Fellow Chan Sek Keong, Former Chief Justice,
Singapore Supreme Court
Chairperson: Adjunct Professor Kevin Tan, NUS Law
Date: 20 February 2019, Wednesday
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Block B Level 1, Moot Court

Participation is by Invitation Only

The Great Property Fallacy
By: Professor Frank K. Upham, NYU School of Law
Chairperson: Assistant Professor Chen Weitseng, NUS Law
Date: 25 February 2019, Monday
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Eu Tong Sen Building Level 1, Lee Sheridan Conference Room
Religion, Morality, Gender and Law: Same Sex Marriage in Japan
By: Professor Frank K. Upham, NYU School of Law
Chairperson: Associate Professor Dan W. Puchniak, NUS Law
Date: 26 February 2019, Tuesday
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Eu Tong Sen Building Level 1, Lee Sheridan Conference Room
 
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