Are you interested in Chinese law and investment in Africa, but don’t want to study full-time? Do you only need to brush up on various aspects of Chinese law and policy? With a UCT master’s course, attending only those lectures that interest you! The course introduces Chinese contemporary law by explaining the development of Chinese law and the legal culture of mainland China, with a specific focus on China’s investments in Africa.
The course gives an overview of the development of Chinese law, the Constitution, legal culture and systems in mainland China. The focus of the course is on the distinctive elements of Chinese law and policies as they affect foreign investments. It will provide concepts about China needed to understand how to interact with the Chinese legal system, its policy and political interested in Africa. The course will assist lawyers and other professionals to navigate China’s emerging role in the global economy, with a specific focus on China’s investments in Africa.
17 August to 3 September
The course consists of 9 lectures. The course fee is R1500 per lecture or R10 000 for all 9 lectures.
The course will benefit lawyers, students, legal practitioners, policy makers, sinologists, negotiators and advisors in offices dealing with China.
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