Friday, October 24, 2014
 

University of Minnesota Law School Defends Ai Weiwei

Well, in a sense.

Last month, however, this case made its way to the Courtroom of Minnesota Supreme Court, where Justice Paul Anderson and other justices presided over an appeal before the “Constitutional Court of the People’s Republic of China.” No strange procedural wrinkle brought the case from Beijing to Saint Paul; the proceedings on April 23 and 24 were a moot court exercise, serving as the final exam for Professor Chang Wang’s Chinese law courses at the University of Minnesota Law School and William Mitchell College of Law.

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