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Eugene Clark
标题图片 Emeritus Professor, University of Canberra, previously Distinguished Professor and Global 1000 Talents Scholar, College of Comparative Law, China University of Political Science and Law. Prof Clark holds five university degrees including post graduate qualifications in law and education from universities in the US and Australia. He has served at Pro Vice-Chancellor level positions at the University of Canberra and Charles Darwin University and been Dean at four law schools, two in the US and two in Australia. Prof Clark has published hundreds of articles in academic and professional journals and is the author, co-author or editor of textbooks in the areas of Commercial and Economic Law, Cyber Law, Marketing Law, Legal Studies, and Managers and the Law. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law and was a finalist in Australia’s Inaugural Prime Minister’s National Teaching Excellence Awards. He serves on the editorial board of several journals including the Journal of Law, Information and Science and the International Journal of Technology, Law and Policy.
2017 November 16
Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) in an Information Age
Technology has penetrated the legal profession, enabling litigation to be handled more quickly, efficiently and transparently.
2017 November 12
Thoughts on the significance of Trump's visit to China
The U.S.-China trade deficit is perhaps overblown, and much can be achieved based on the positive chemistry which appears to exist between President Xi and President Trump.
2017 October 27
Invisible threads are the strongest ties
On a personal level, for most, our greatest and most lasting wealth is not found in the things we collect, but in the connections we make.
2017 October 18
CPC National Congress: Steady progress and future focused
As the CPC meets in its 19th National Congress, General Secretary Xi Jinping has set out a clear-sighted program for the country’s further engagement with the world for mutual benefit.
2017 October 11
Celebrating 'World Smile Day'-October 6
So please, make a commitment to smile more, worry less, and be more compassionate and less judgmental.
2017 October 9
Happy National Day, China!
The purpose of this opinion is simply and sincerely to wish all my Chinese friends and colleagues a Happy National Day for October first.
2017 October 4
Achieving regulatory compliance in a digital world: The rise of RegTech
A new approach to regulatory practice is emerging across the world taking advantage of the numerous technological advances. It promises a more effective and fair system.
2017 September 22
Maximizing human capital in a digital age
The world is still not making best use of its human capital, and needs to do more to meet coming development challenges.
2017 September 20
Chinese universities continue to improve in global rankings
Excellence is not an act, but a habit, and Chinese universities are steadily climbing up the global rankings.
2017 September 16
Going for depth in life’s experiences
The two opposites, deep and shallow, permeate every aspect of our life and need to be understood for self-fulfillment.
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