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Roof in Beijing

The Norwegian China Law Centre has a key role in developing and coordinating all activities related to China at the Faculty of Law. The nature of these activities are both education, research and business related, and the aim is to create a platform for better understanding of the Chinese legal system.

Read more about the objectives of the centre.

Martime Bergen Law Summer Proogramme
Maritime Bergen Law Summer Programme 2019

An amazing experience personally, educationally, and professionally!

We have had the pleasure of interviewing former student of Maritime Bergen Law Summer Progamme, Jane E. Blaney. Jane participated in the programme in 2019. Today, she works as an associate at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, the largest law firm in the state of Minnesota.


Congratulations to Renmin University of China School of Law on its 70th anniversary

UiB's strategic partner Renmin University of China School of Law is celebrating their 70th anniversary by hosting the 3rd International Forum for Law School Deans and Jurists. Here you can watch Dean Søvig's speech at the digital anniversary conference.

From Shanghai to Bergen:
Visit from the Shanghai Municipial Bureau of Justice

From China to Norway to learn about the Norwegian criminal justice system

25. September 2019 the Norwegian China Law Centre had the honour of welcoming representatives from the Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Justice to the Faculty of Law. The purpose of the meeting was the Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Justice interest in learning about the Norwegian justice system.

Introduction to Chinese Law
Hongjie Man

Increasing interest in Chinese law among the students at the University of Bergen

Almost 60 students signed up for the two-week long elective course called Introduction to Chinese Law this semester.

From Bergen to Shanghai:
bilde av ignacio og shanghai

Prestigious grant awarded to Ignacio Herrera-Anchustegui

Ignacio Herrera-Anchustegui is granted a scholarship as KoGuan Visiting Scholar in Shanghai. He will pave the way for further collaboration between Norwegian and Chinese researchers in the field of market regulation, maritime law and energy.