Norwegian China Law Centre

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.

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.

Unique opportunity for students to work with international law in Hong Kong
Hong Kong skylight

Norwegian China Law Centre awarded funding from the InternAbroad programme

The Norwegian China Law Centre was recently awarded NOK 300 000 through the InternAbroad programme. The funding will support the development of a new clinical law programme providing law students at the University of Bergen, Faculty of Law, with the opportunity to combine university studies with an...

Beijing from a far

The Role of Courts in Evolving Societies

Norwegian China Law Centre at the Faculty of Law, University of Bergen, Renmin University of China Law School and University of Bielefeld, Germany are jointly organising the conference "The Role of Courts in Evolving Societies" in Beijing 25-26 May 2018.

Media production

How old is China?

How old is China? According to Lloyd Tom Wilson this question may have many answers, depending on how you look at it.

International Cooperation
Snorklipping for Norwegian China Law Centre

Extensive Cooperation with China

Global challenges facing society and the cooperation between UiB and China were key topics during the China Conference 4 May.