This last of the three talks I will have given here at Oxford looks at yet another aspect of what I have called "looking for law in China." Today I will look at Chinese law from the perspective of foreign investors that have had to cope with the uncertainty of a business environment in which legal institutions have been vague, incomplete and weak. I speak to you today from under two hats, that of a scholar and that of practicing lawyer, since for over thirty years I have combined those two careers. My observations here, then, are not just those from the academic ivory tower but from what is laughingly known as real life.
Stanley B. Lubman,
Looking For Law in China III: How Foreign Investors and Business Have Faced Legal Uncertainty in China,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/chinese_legal_studies/23