The U.S.-Asia Law Institute and the Asia Law Society (ALS) at NYU Law are excited to announce the weekly posting of ALS's Fall 2013 Legal Mandarin Class, which takes place on Wednesdays from 6-7:30pm in Furman Hall, Room 120. Please click this link to access recordings of the Asia Law Society's Fall 2013 Legal Mandarin Class.
From the Asia Law Society:
The purpose of the Legal Mandarin classes is to both increase students’ knowledge of Chinese and Taiwanese law and to improve their Mandarin skills. Therefore, we’re hoping that classes will be interactive, and have allotted time each week for students to ask questions and discuss the materials. Because the class will be entirely in Mandarin, proficiency in the language is recommended. Nonetheless, you do not need to participate in the discussion if you don’t want to, so students with more beginner-level skills who are interested in the class should definitely come check it out.
Here is our current curriculum for the classes we will be holding this semester:
1. History of Chinese Law - Kai-chih (9/11) 2. Family Law & Gender Equality - Sylvia (9/18) 3. Human Rights - Shang-yun (9/25) 4. Criminal Law - Luping (10/2) 5. Constitutional/Administrative Law - Xiaoyi (10/9) 6. Tort Law - Yingjun (10/16) 7. Contracts - Jean (10/23) 8. Labor & Competitions - Longtao (10/30) 9. International Relations - Kai-chih (11/6) 10. IP Law - Sylvia (11/13) 11. Marriage Law - Meng (11/20) 12. Negotiations workshop - Zhouzhang (11/27)