Meet Professor Chang-fa Lo is Justice of the Constitutional Court, Taiwan, ROC and Professor William Alford, the founding Chair of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability which provides pro bono services on issues of disability in China, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Vietnam and several other nations.
Alison Conner is Professor of Law and Director of the International and Graduate Programs at the Richardson School of Law. Professor Conner’s research interests include legal history and legal education, though more recently she has focused on the depiction of law in Chinese movies.
The wrongful convictions of the Central Park Exonorees was not an isolated case. The Innocence Project has documented 367 DNA exonerations in the United States over the past thirty years. Wrongful convictions also occur around the world, in very different legal systems.
Fu Hualing is Professor of Law and holder of the Warren Chan Professorship in Human Rights and Responsibilities. He holds an LL.B. from Southwestern University in China, an M.A. from Toronto University and a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Osgoode Hall.
Sabine Stricker-Kellerer is an international lawyer. She has over 30 years experience advising European companies on legal aspects of doing business in China. In 1985 she set up the first office of a European law firm in China. Today she is also on the panel of arbitrators of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) and other PRC arbitration commissions. She is chairwoman of the international business advisory board of the German Federal Minister of Economics and Technology. She is a founding member of the German-Chinese Dialogue Forum.