The China-EU School of Law (CESL) has a new study group. On 18 September, the “CESL Dispute Resolution Study Group” kicked off with its first meeting. The study group meets weekly to discuss a variety of aspects connected with dispute resolution in a global context, yet with a special focus on China. The group is led by Assistant Professor Monika Prusinowska and consists of international students who decided to come to China and learn more about its law and interaction with the rest of the world.
"Disputes are an inevitable part of cross-border transactions”, Monika Prusinowska says. “Therefore, it is important to understand how they can be resolved.” With this goal in mind, the “CESL Dispute Resolution Study Group” seeks to take a closer look at a variety of methods, including cross-border litigation, international commercial arbitration, mediation, as well as investor-state dispute resolution mechanisms.