June 14, 2012, 12:00pm
Location: Oakes 007
Jingwei Zhao of the Yingke Law Firm: A discussion of China’s first environmental public interest lawsuit involving opening government information and representing 107 fishermen suing ConocoPhillips for compensation from the Bohai Bay oil spill accident.
The Cornell Library collection has many materials related to Chinese Law. A subject search for “law–china” will show 30 results. The search results will also show you other books in subjects somewhat related to “law–china.” For example, “Law China Congresses” is next to “Law–China,” as is “Law China History.”
You can also find out what is nearby on the stacks, by clicking the call number of a book of interest in JULIEN. By clicking the call number of the book, “The Development of the Chinese Legal System” I can see what is right next to it on the shelf. This is a great way to find resources that you may not have considered previously.
I hope you enjoy the lecture today and have the chance to browse some of the great resources in the Collection.