Dacheng attorney Xinliang appointed as professor at National Institute for Lawyers
Tao Xinliang, head of the intellectual property department of Dacheng’s Shanghai office and dean of the School of Intellectual Property of Shanghai University, has been appointed as a part-time professor at the National Institute for Lawyers.
He was appointed to the position during his stay at the institute in Baoding, Hebei, where he offered training courses for intellectual property law practitioners.
The National Institute for Lawyers, founded in November 2012 with approval from State Commission Office for Public Sector Reform, trains legal talents on high-end business and foreign-related legal practice, conducts theoretical research and foreign exchanges and provides ideological, political and professional ethics education.
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