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Professor Benjamin van Rooij co-authors an op-ed on "China's Pollution Challenge" with professor Alex Wang of UCLA's School of Law in the international edition of the New York Times.  For the article, please click here.
Research aims to go ‘Beyond CSI’ Experts discuss the intersection of psychology and the law.   UC Irvine’s Center for Psychology and Law professors recently presented highlights of their research at “Beyond CSI: We the People: The Victims,...
An Interview with Professor Benjamin van Rooij, UC Irvine Law School Benjamin van Rooij is the John S. and Marilyn Long Professor of U.S.-China Business and Law at UC Irvine School of Law. He has published extensively on environmental law...
As a primary research theme brought in by academic director Benjamin van Rooij, the Long Institute will study compliance management. Through different research projects, Long Institute faculty as well as affiliated faculty and fellows will study diff...
Despite the frequent dustups between the United States and China such as the current accusations of cyber-theft of American companies’ intellectual property by Chinese hackers, the relationship between the two countries grows ever stronger. Almost al...

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November 13, 2014-2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Presented by Molly Roberts, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego.  Her research...
November 4, 2014-12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Long Institute Associated Fellow William Guo will defend his PhD thesis on his analysis of how cases fulfill the role of a source of law in the...
October 30, 2014-10:00 am to 11:00 am
Long Institute Associated Fellow Huiqi Yan will defend her PhD thesis on her analysis of pesticide compliance in China. She seeks to provide a more...
October 24, 2014-2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
This public lecture is part of a joint colloquium sponsored by the Long Institute and the Operations and Decision Technologies Group at the Paul...
October 23, 2014-2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Presented by Benjamin Liebman, the Robert L. Lieff Professor of Law and director of the Center for Chinese Legal Studies at the Columbia School of...

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