UM members win second prize at national commercial arbitration thesis contest

A paper from the University of Macau (UM), co-written by Prof Tu Guangjian in the Faculty of Law and his PhD student Chen Zhi, won a second prize at a national commercial arbitration thesis contest. Titled ‘On Parallel Procedures in International Civil and Commercial Arbitration and Litigation: The Path and Countermeasures to Be Adopted in China’, the paper suggests that to mitigate the conflicts between judiciary and arbitral tribunals, a rational point of convergence and balance should be found between them, with a reasonable division of power.

 

Prof Tu Guangjian

Prof Tu Guangjian
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Chen Zhi

Chen Zhi
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