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The 2018 Annual Summary Meeting of the Law School Innovative Research Institute was successfully held

On the afternoon of December 24th, the 2018 annual summary meeting of the law school virtual research institute was successfully held in the B102 conference room of Kaiyuan Building. Secretary of the Party Committee of the School of Law, Guo Jun, and Vice President Xue Jun, the heads and representatives of 39 virtual body research institutions attended the meeting. Guo Lin, Director of the Office of the Ministry of Social Sciences and Institutional Affairs, and Wu Ming, Director of the Project and Funding Office, attended the meeting. The meeting was presided over by Vice President Xue Jun.



First of all, Vice President Xue Jun introduced the overall situation of the research institutes of the law school, emphasized that the activities of scientific research institutions should be carried out in accordance with the regulations, and put forward the requirements of schools and colleges for the institutional construction and standardized management of research institutions.

Subsequently, the responsible teacher introduced the achievements and problems encountered by the research institutions in scientific research, discipline construction, and social services. For example, the International Intellectual Property Research Center is preparing to publish the Chinese entertainment law collection and collaborative development ideas; the interdisciplinary research conducted by the Hong Kong and Macao Research Center and the training of Hong Kong and Macao civil servants; the new progress of the Science and Technology Law Research Center in the field of international academic exchange; the Institute of International Law is under construction The International Law E-Book Library and the Assistant Project of Qi Peng; the Financial Law Research Center organized and participated in the expert consultation meeting on tax law legislation; the Integrity Social Research Center carried out the Sino-German criminal law exchange to promote the development of disciplines; the Education Law Research Center hosted and participated in many academic forums during the year. The Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Research Center’s traditional project “Master of Human Rights” and the newly held Human Rights Symposium; the Government Transparency Report by the Public Participation Center; the Spring Forum of the Real Estate Law Center and the International Development. In addition, the centers also report to the College and the Department of Social Sciences on current needs and existing problems such as subject turnover, part-time researcher appointments, and think tank goals. In conclusion, Vice President Xue Jun pointed out that research institutions need to be open, absorb outstanding external personnel to participate in research and coordinated development, further integrate research strength and build a think tank; pay more attention to propaganda, timely report on the latest development, and raise awareness of international development. Mr. Guo Lin and Mr. Wu Ming from the Department of Social Sciences have raised expectations for the construction of research institutions in law schools from the aspects of school institution management, think tank construction and major scientific research projects.

In his speech, Secretary Guo Song responded to the idea of ​​collaborative development of research institutions, pointing out that there are many institutions and different stages of development. The core issue is to resolve the relationship between institutions and people, and to build a first-class construction around the development strategy of schools and colleges.

The annual exchange meeting of the Incorporeal Research Institute is conducive to building a platform for regular communication between institutions, between institutions and colleges, and between institutions and schools, which is conducive to promoting scientific research institutions to better play the role of academic leadership and social services.