Lecture one of many events held by Columbia's Center for Chinese Legal Studies

Chinese law expert NYU Professor Jerome A. Cohen will be speaking about "Lawyering in China: Past, Present, and Future" at Columbia Law School on October 16 from 12:15 to 1:15. Cohen has worked in and written extensively about China, and was formerly the director of East Asia Legal Studies at Harvard Law School prior to joining NYU in 1990.

Cohen's talk is one of several events hosted by the Columbia Law School Center for Chinese Legal Studies this term.

For more information about this event, please visit the Columbia University Law School events calendar or send an email to Paulette Roberts at prober@law.columbia.edu. For more information about the Center for Chinese Legal Studies, please visit the website.

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