Posted by Jason J. Czarnezki under China
On behalf of the Vermont Law School’s US-China Partnership on Environmental Law, my colleague Jingjing Liu attended the International Symposium on Environmental Courts and Tribunals at Pace Law School on April 1, 2011, and participated on a Panel on the Environmental Courts in China.
She presented on the Chinese legal system and the development of specialized environmental court and shared the work that Vermont Law School is doing with the courts in China. The other four panelists were my former colleague Tseming Yang, Professor Bob Percival, Senior Attorney Tim Epp from the Environmental Appeal Board of the USEPA, and Vivian Wang from NRDC. Each of them shared their observations on whether China’s courts can play a similar role in advancing environmental law as the courts have done here in the U.S.
To watch the video of the panel, click here. The panel on China and Environmental Courts begins at 02:05:00.