The Academic Salon of Civil Judicial Reform was held successfully
On the afternoon of April 26, 2019, Professor Pu Yiwei from the Law School of Ningbo University, Gu Jiajie, deputy director of the Center for Comparative Civil Procedure Law of Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Ren Fan, Associate Professor of Law School of Nanjing Audit University, and Wang Jing, Associate Professor of Law School of Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, were invited to visit the Law School of Nanjing Normal University and also have brought a unique lecture to the teachers and students of the whole school.The lecture was based on the theme "Civil Judicial Reform - Practice and Development of Electronic Litigation" and was presided over by Professor Liu Jun from Nanjing Normal University Law School. Professor Pu Yiwei and Deputy Director Dr. Gu Jiajie acted as rapporteurs in this lecture, and Associate Professor Ren Fan and Wang Jing involved in the discussion.Associate Professor Ma Ding and Pan Xi participated in and expressed their views, in addition, other teachers and students of the School of Law attended the lecture.
The academic salon activities began with Professor Pu Yiwei's report. Professor Pu Yiweianalyzed the reasons and conditions for its emergence and rapid development around mobile electronic litigation.Dr. Gu Jiajie expressed his views from three aspects: artificial intelligence, online court and electronic litigation.Associate Professor Ren Fan spoke highly of the reports of the two speakers and expressed his views on the authenticity of electronic evidence.Associate Professor Wang Jing put forward his own views and questions about electronic litigation, and he believed that when promoting mobile electronic litigation, people should be encouraged and called to participate, and respect the choice of the parties.It was discussed in depth at salon event that the current status and problems in the judicial practice of electronic litigation in China, and carried out academic analysis and exchanges, broadening the horizons of the students, and was an academic activity closely related to the practice of judicial reform in China.