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CECC: "The rule of law in China: Lawyers without law?"
Congressional-Executive Commission on China
3/22/2003

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CECC News: Issues Roundtable: "The Rule of Law in China: Lawyer s without Law?" - Tuesday, April 1, 2003, 2:30 PM, Rayburn 2255

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China announces another in its series of staff-led issues roundtables, to be held on Tuesday, April 1, 2003, at 2:30 pm in Room 2255 of the Rayburn House Office Building. (Please note the Tuesday date, instead of our usual Monday afternoon sessions.)

All CECC Issues Roundtables are open to the public and to the press. Congressional staff and members of the public who wish to attend do not/do not need to register in advance; just come! (Please see instructions for press representatives below.)

Entitled "The Rule of Law in China: Lawyers without Law?" this Roundtable will feature three distinguished panelists who will examine how Chinese intellectuals, lawyers, and the general public in China perceive the concept of the rule of law. The panelists will be:

James V. Feinerman

James M. Morita, Professor of Asian Legal Studies, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC

Randall Peerenboom, Acting Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA

Elisa Massamino, Office Director, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Washington, D.C.

For the Press: Press representatives without special equipment requirements (e.g., sound feed, etc.) do not need to register in advance. If you are a journalist or press technician with special equipment needs, you should contact CECC Communications Director Chris Billing on 202-226-3821 not later than 6:00 PM on March 27.

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