Theme: Changing Preconceptions

2020 has pushed many of us to reconsider what we thought we knew. Whatever you believed a year ago it is likely that you have been challenged at least once by events in the past six months. 

Lawyers and the legal profession are not immune to either wrongful assumptions or paradigm shifts. Pandemics, riots, new technology or trade disputes might have all made us question, or maybe confirm, our deeply held beliefs. Meanwhile, many of us have learnt that discovering more about other people and new perspectives help us realise how we can solve old problems and make new friends. How do our beliefs, or others’ preconceptions, affect how the law is practiced?

For the second issue of the Swiss Chinese Law Review we invite your contributions on cases or legal practice where you have seen your own or others’ preconceptions changed. 

ALL SUBMISSION WILL BE BLIND PEER REVIEWED.

- For every submission(up to 2 articles), a non-refundable 10 Euros of the administrative fee will be charged for covering the administrative cost. 

You can make 2 submissions at one time. (Deadline 16th August 2020)

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* 3. What is your institution and job titles?

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