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Designed to equip future leaders for the Asian Century. The Chinese Business Law short courses are applicable for those in both the law and non-law sectors. You will develop up-to-date and practical knowledge of Chinese law, economy, cross-border investment as well as essential cultural literacy.

All of the following short courses are part of the UWA Law Masters program and participants study alongside those engaged in a full degree program.

Working with China: Business in a Socio-legal Context

This short course provides professionals with

  • key social, cultural, legal and economic contexts that are widely ignored or misinterpreted when discussing Chinese law and legal and political reforms;
  • details of the changes in important branches of Chinese laws such as the labour contract law and judicial independence; and
  • essential cultural and risk management skills for advising foreign companies entering into China and for engaging Chinese clients.

Event type: Four day short course
Date: Thursday-Sunday, 9-12 February 2017
Unit Coordinator: Professor Ken Shao
Fee:TBA
More information  (assessment is for enrolled postgraduate students only)
Registration will be enabled mid-January 2017

Intellectual Property and China's innovation-based Economy

This short course provides professionals with

  • a comprehensive analysis of China's intellectual property laws and policies;
  • a comprehensive analysis of China's pro-innovation policies, laws and incentives and its cultural and social contexts; and
  • an overall analysis of China's high tech economy and creative industries.
Event type: Four day short course
Date: Thursday - Sunday, 23-26 February 2017
Unit Coordinator: Professor Ken Shao
Fee: TBA
Registration will be enabled mid-January 2017
More information (assessment is for enrolled postgraduate students only)

Practical issues with Chinese Contracts and Commercial Laws

This short course provides professionals with

  • an overall discussion of how the contract law works in China;
  • an overall discussion of how the company law works in China; and
  • an overall discussion of other Chinese commercial laws such as banking law, anti-monopoly law, environment protection law, foreign investment approval, and Shanghai free trade zone.
Event type: Four day short course
Date: Saturday-Tuesday, 8-11 July 2017
Unit Coordinator: Professor Ken Shao
Fee: TBA
Registration will be enabled mid-January 2017
More information (assessment is for enrolled postgraduate students only)

China-Australia Relations: Trade, Finance and Law

This short course provides professionals with

  • a comprehensive discussion of trade related and cultural issues in business negotiations and law in large cross-border transactions between China and Australia;
  • an overall discussion of China‚ÄďAustralia economic relations in mining and resource, agriculture and high technology; and
  • a good discussion of various key issues such as dispute resolution, tax, and corporate governance.
Event type: Four day short course
Date: Friday - Monday, 21-24 July 2017
Unit Coordinator: Professor Ken Shao
Fee: TBA
Registration will be enabled mid-January 2017
More information (assessment is for enrolled postgraduate students only)