Gary Reback will speak on The Long Tale of Deceit, Collusion and Greed; Antitrust Analysis of the Google Book Settlement, on Thursday, April 29, 12:45pm, Robert Crown Law Library, 2nd Floor Reference Lounge.
“REFLECTIONS ON THE STUDY OF ‘CIVIL LAW’ IN QING DYNASTY CHINA USING LOCAL COURT RECORDS”
A Talk by Prof. Deng Jianpeng 邓建鹏
Deng Jianpeng is Associate Professor at the Law School of the Chinese Central University of Nationalities (Zhongyang Minzu Daxue) in Beijing, PRC. He is a noted historian of Qing dynasty law, whose main research focuses on civil case records found in the archives of Qing dynasty county courts.
WHEN: Monday, April 5, 2010, 4:00-5:30 PM
WHERE: Building 200 (History Corner), room 307
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