27 Oct 2012
4:00pm - 8:00pm
The U.S.-China Partnership, Beijing Huanzhu Law Firm, and Fuzhou University School of Law co-sponsored a half-day lawyer roundtable for lawyers in Fuzhou who are interested in developing environmental law practices and share lititgation experiences. Adam Moser gave a brief introduction of Vermont Law School and gave a presentation on the U.S.-China Partnership and presented on the development of environmental courts and environmental public litigation. CLAPV attorney, Dai Renhui, gave a comprehensive introduction of Beijing Huanzhu Law Firm and encouraged lawyers at the table to participate in the environmental lawyer network created by Huanzhu Law Firm, which will help bring up potential collaboration. CLAPV attorney, Liu Jinmei, shared typical cases handled by Huanzhu Law Firm, which triggered vibrant discussion on issues such as the burden of proof on causation. Overall, the roundtable was a successful event, and Huanzhu Law Firm committed on building connections with NGOs and lawyers in Fuzhou.