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Sarah Biddulph: Repression and accommodation in popular claims for social and economic rights

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Location: BK 325
Sponsored By: Asian Studies Program, School of Law
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Sarah Biddulph is Assistant Deputy Vice Chancellor International – China. She is also Professor of Law at
the Melbourne Law School and Director of its Asian Law Centre. Sarah’s research focuses on the Chinese
legal system with a particular emphasis on legal policy, law making and enforcement as they affect the
administration of justice in China. Her particular areas of research are contemporary Chinese
administrative law, criminal procedure, labor, comparative law and the law regulating social and
economic rights.

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