The Supreme People’s Court Monitor is a free resource that many institutions and individuals use, from many parts of the world. Part-time teaching and full-time scholarship does not go even come close to paying for the tuition for one, let alone two undergraduate students. If you value the Supreme People’s Court Monitor, please consider the following:
- making funding available for the Monitor from your foundation or other institution;
- donating to the School of Transnational Law of Peking University and designating the funding for the Supreme People’s Court Monitor;
- hiring Susan Finder (the Supreme People’s Court Monitor) for consulting and drafting of research reports related to Chinese law and legal policy, and to the Chinese court system; and
- engaging Susan for teaching, professional training, writing and editing related to the Chinese legal system.
She is well placed to provide focused analysis of Chinese legislation on the horizon, and spot regulatory trends as well as trends in Chinese court policy and litigation that neither law firms nor risk consultancies can provide to organizations, chambers of commerce, corporations, trade associations, universities, and national or international institutions. For the Chinese legal community, she can provide skills training and training in certain areas of U.S. substantive law.
Please contact Susan at supremepeoplescourtmonitor.com with proposed projects or for further information (e.g. a copy of her cv/resume).