Bangor Law School welcomes distinguished scholars for guest lectures
Bangor Law School is welcoming two distinguished guest lecturers to Bangor in November 2011.
Professor Jason Chuah, Head of Academic Law at City University Law School in London, will deliver a seminar on "Letters of Credit - Reconciling legal rules with commercial realities" on Monday 14 November. Prof. Chuah is a graduate of Cambridge University with awards from Barclays Bank, the UK Overseas Development Authority, the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and the Cambridge Commonwealth Fellowship. He also has a Certificate in Export with Distinction from the Institute of Export, winning the Clive Schmitthoff Commercial Law prize and the Sweet & Maxwell book prize. He is an Executive Director of the London Universities Maritime Law and Policy Research Group, and a member of the Editorial Board for Journal of International Maritime Law, Shipping and Trade Law, The European Commercial Contract Law, International Company and Commercial Law Review, International Trade Law and Regulation and Finance and Credit Law. He has authored and co-authored several books including, Law of International Trade, Encyclopaedia of Banking Law, Commercial Law, and Butterworths Banking Law Guide.
Also delivering a seminar on 14 November will be Professor Z Wang of Beijing Foreign Studies University. He will deliver a seminar entitled "The Evolving Nature of EU Power and Sino-EU Relations in the 21st Century". Prof. Wang has published extensively in the field of European Constitutional traditions and recently his publications have focused on issues arising from the Lisbon Treaty Debate. His research interests are Irish and British studies, EU Law and Politics. In this seminar, Prof. Wang will offer some interesting perspectives on the developing balance of power between the EU and China.
Demonstrating a commitment to teaching of the highest quality, Bangor Law School arranges a regular programme of distinguished visitors and guest speakers designed to complete students’ learning and to enhance the academic experience. For a list of past visitors, click here.
Publication date: 14 November 2011