Please join us next Wednesday, May 17th at 2:45 PM for our final Visiting Scholar presentation and discussion of the academic year. Visiting Scholar Lujia Gao will be presenting on “Condemnation Law: A Comparison between the United States and China..” The event will take place at 139 MacDougal Street, Wilf Hall, 5th floor conference room. Light refreshments will be provided.
*Please note: another meeting is taking place in the room until 2:30, so please wait near the elevators until the room has been vacated by the previous group.
About Lujia Gao:
Lujia Gao is a Ph.D Candidate at Shandong University (SDU) Law School. His research focuses on constitutional, human rights and property law. In 2011, he was chosen as one of ten excellent students to participate in the “EU-China Youth Friendship Exchange Program” which was held in Germany. He has also received academic honors, such as Outstanding Paper Award of “Hai You” National Doctoral Forum, Excellent Bachelor’s Degree Thesis of Shandong Province and National First Prize of the 12th “Challenge Trophy” Academic and Technology Competition. At USALI, his research will focus on condemnation law from a comparative perspective.