Invited Researcher of DEA Programme Stay in France: from November 1st to December 31th, 2022
Published at 25 October 2022
Rachel E. Stern is a Professor of Law and Political Science in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program at Berkeley Law, where she also currently holds the Pamela P. Fong and Family Distinguished Chair in China Studies. Her research has focused on law in Mainland China, especially the relationship between legal institution building, political space and professionalization. Stern is the author of Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence, as well as numerous articles on legal mobilization and lawyers in contemporary China.
Stern was a Junior Fellow at the Harvard University Society of Fellows, and currently serves as series editor for the Law and Society series at Cambridge University Press.
Title: Open Access Justice: China, France and the United States in an Age of Big Data and Predictive Justice
Keywords: Authoritarian law, lawyers, legal mobilization, law and technology
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