The Long Institute will publish a new journal that traces the development of Chinese law and legal institutions at work
The Long Institute launches its first annual project fund for UCI graduate students working on contemporary China research
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
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
Professor Emeritus John Graham presents the U.S.-China Barometer, a comprehensive analysis focused on trade and politics between the two countries
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.
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
Core faculty members in Psychology and Law join in highlighting the fallacies found in the criminal justice system with science-based research
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
A UC-based faculty network comprised of faculty, graduate students, and professionals convene to explore commercial connections between China and the U.S.