The Long Institute will publish a new journal that traces the development of Chinese law and legal institutions at work


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The Long Institute launches its first annual project fund for UCI graduate students working on contemporary China research


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The Long Institute co-presents China Channel, a new multi-media blog on China, alongside Los Angeles Review of Books and the Henry Luce Founation


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Benjamin van Rooij (UCI Law) will receive the John and Vivian Sabel Award for his article "The People vs. Pollution: Understanding Citizen Action Against Pollution in China" in the Journal of Contemporary China


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Professor Emeritus John Graham presents the U.S.-China Barometer, a comprehensive analysis focused on trade and politics between the two countries


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The Long Institute joins the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the District Export Council of Southern California in providing practical approaches to intellectual property protection in China.


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A formidable guide in introducing East Asian legal systems to American legal education, Jerome Cohen (New York University) is the first guest speaker in the Long Institute's new lecture series


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Core faculty members in Psychology and Law join in highlighting the fallacies found in the criminal justice system with science-based research


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Benjamin van Rooij (UCI Law) goes behind the pragmatic failings of the legal system in China, including noncompliance with labor safety laws, intellectual property rights, and pollution regulation


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A UC-based faculty network comprised of faculty, graduate students, and professionals convene to explore commercial connections between China and the U.S.


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