From paternalism to partnership: The development of WTO law capacity in China
Globalization is rapidly changing the landscape of law practice in China, especially its corporate legal sector. This article reports on the preliminary findings of the China research of the Globalization, Lawyers, and Emerging Economies (GLEE) Project, a comparative study that examines how globalization is reshaping the market for legal services in important emerging economies and how these developments are contributing to the transformation of the political economy in these countries and beyond. Adopting an ecological approach, which examines how different segments of the legal system interact with one another in complex ways, this article maps the corporate core, international linkages, and domestic contexts of China’s globalizing corporate legal sector and discusses its impact on lawyers and society.
China, globalization, ecology, lawyer, corporate legal sector
Asian Studies | International Trade Law | Law and Society
Law of Transnational Business
The Chinese legal profession in the age of globalization: The rise of the corporate legal sector and its impact on lawyers and society
David Wilkins & Sida Liu
Cambridge University Press
City or Country
GAO, Henry S. and SHAFFER, Greg.
From paternalism to partnership: The development of WTO law capacity in China. (2018). The Chinese legal profession in the age of globalization: The rise of the corporate legal sector and its impact on lawyers and society. Research Collection School Of Law.
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