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July 16, 2024 Posted by: Anna Price The following is a guest post by Louis Myers and Emily Carr, senior legal reference librarians at the Law Library of Congress. The Law Library of Congress is pleased to announce the completion of our redesigned Guide to Law Online: Nations of the World portal among our research guides. The Guide to Law Online began in 1997

Many of us go to law school interested in public policy as well as in law, but it is a rare opportunity when students get to do legal research, write a policy report—and present that report to decision-makers in Washington, D.C. For those of us enrolled in Policy Practicum: Regulating Legal Enablers of Russia’s War on

Rebecca WilliamsEdinburgh Napier University, UK   ISBN13: 9781509968589 Published: May 2024 Publisher: Hart Publishing Country of Publication: UK Format: Hardback Price: £85.00 Livestock food systems need to be rapidly rethought to tackle the global climate crisis. This book examines how climate concerns for the livestock sector are governed in international law and addresses the sector’s inclusion or (lack thereof) across the

JD Supra https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/china-s-antitrust-enforcement-a-look-8821847/ On 18 June 2024, the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), which includes the State Anti-Monopoly Bureau, released the China Antitrust Law Enforcement Annual Report (2023) (the “Report”). This article provides insights into the antitrust enforcement activities and legislative developments that took place in China in 2023 and offer a forecast of

The Chinese government on July 10, 2024 implemented its first-ever mainland travel permit for non-Chinese permanent residents of Hong Kong and Macau. Additionally, the government on July 1, 2024 expanded the flexible visa policies it first implemented in December 2023, which allow qualifying foreigners access to mainland China for up to 15 days visa-free. These

Lawyer is sent back to his place of household registration after serving 3 1/2 years for ‘subversion.’ Chinese authorities have released human rights attorney Chang Weiping, sending him to live in the southern island province of Hainan under a travel ban following the completion of his 3 1/2-year jail term for “subversion,” his U.S.-based wife