Between August-November this year Associate Professor Peter Burdon was invited to teach legal theory as part of the Université de Montréal’s doctoral option in Innovation, science, technology and law. The objective of the option is to enable students to acquire specialized knowledge and expertise regarding the role of law in the promotion, governance, and regulation of innovation, science and new technologies in a comparative law perspective that is attuned to emerging economies. The program also has a strong international dimension and brings together academic partners from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) and the Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico).
Picture (left-right): Charles Codère (Canada), Farnaz Kargar (Iran), Chenyang Zhang (China), Huishu Wu (China), Peter Burdon, Jie Lin (China), Qingya Wang (China). Absent: Manuel De Cossio (Peru).