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September 29, 2012


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Colin Picker

I would like to heartily endorse the round table conference, or the workshop it can also be known. In August we ran such a workshop at my law school at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, on the subject of international economic law and China. We invited expert participants from around the world to present their works in progress (with one even participating via Skype from Taiwan). The closed setting of about 20 participants permitted valuable exchanges and will result in a product of much higher quality than may be the case with symposia using the traditional panel presentation setting. The only audience were a few of the PhD students whose work is in that area.

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