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Hong Kong Scholar Du Ming Visits Joint Center for Asian Law Studies
Du Ming, a professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong, visited the IU McKinney School of Law’s Joint Center for Asian Law Studies in July. During his visit Professor Du conducted research for a forthcoming book that analyzes the impact of central government action on “market economies.” The book will examine government practices in several countries.
Professor Du specializes in international economic law, business organizations, capital markets, and Chinese law. He holds degrees from Oxford University (D. Phi.), Harvard University (LL.M.) and Tsinghua University (LL.B. and LL.M.).
Professor Du returned to the IU McKinney School of Law in October to participate in a conference on China’s membership in the World Trade Organization.