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Top China judges visit UK for environmental law training

4 monthes ago   |   By Client Earth

Twelve top Chinese judges recently visited the UK for training to help them implement China's new environmental laws .
Selected by the Supreme People's Court of the People's Republic of China, delegates included senior judges from the Court and presidents of the Environmental and Resources Tribunal. They represent an important part of China's emerging system of environmental law.
The head of our China office, Dimitri de Boer , said: “These judges decide on some of China's most complex environmental court cases. The judges of the Environmental and Resources Tribunal are also involved in...
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