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ICELFS

Evidence science is a comprehensive scientific theory and methodology which combing the method of natural science and social science to study the evidence collection, forensic service technology, ascertaining the fact of cases and the legal application. Evidence science shows an irreplaceable role on achieving rule of law and judicial justice, which also has more and more perspective on public service. In order to promote international academic exchanges and interdisciplinary studies on evidence science, the Key Laboratory for Evidence Science of Ministry of Education (China University of Political Science and Law) has hosted the first, the second and the third International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science in December, 2007, July, 2009 and July, 2011. In future, the International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science will be an important activity of the International Association of Evidence Science.
December 01, 2011

Activities

According to By-laws of the International Association of Evidence Science, following activities will be organized: (a) organize Congresses and international colloquia, decide where they are to be held and indicate the subjects for discussion. Congresses will be held at least every six years and colloquia at least every two years;(b)cooperate with national and multinational associations of evidence, science, and law;(c)provide for the publication of an information bulletin concerning the activities of the association, the proceedings at Congresses and colloquia and any other work considered by the executive committee to further the objects of the association.
December 01, 2011

International Association of Evidence Science Was Formally Founded in Beijing

In the afternoon, July 17, 2011, when the 3rd International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science which was hosted by Institute of Evidence Law and Forensic Science of China University of Political Science and Law was in session, The 1st Plenary Session of the 1st Council of the International Association of Evidence Science was held in Beijing. This plenary session was chaired by Ronald J. Allen, professor of Law School of Northwestern University in USA. Twenty two evidence law scholars and forensic scientists from China, America, Australia, Italy, Israel, Tanzania, Korea, Japan, Hungary, Vietnam, etc. took part in the session. They discussed seriously about the name of the association, object of the association, By-Laws of the association, and proposed the list of candidates of the Council of the Association.

David Caruso

David researches, teaches and practises in litigious private and public law. He is the Foundation Director of the Litigation Law Unit (LLU) and formerly the Director of the Advocacy and Justice Unit (AJU) of the University of Adelaide. The LLU collaborates with domestic and international partners in the public and private sectors to conduct comparative and interdisciplinary programs to examine and develop litigation systems across Australia, India and China. The LLU works with the Higher Courts of South Australia and the Courts Administration Authority, through an MOU agreed with the Chief Justice of South Australia. David is the Chief Executive Director of the China Australia Research Partnership for Judicial Civilsation (CAPJC). CAPJC is a multidisciplinary collaboration between LLU and the Adelaide Law School, together with Chinese Partners led by the China University of Political Science and Law and including Wuhan University, Jilin University, Zhejiang University, with cooperation from the PRC Supreme People's Court the Ministry of Justice and the China National Association of Lawyers. David has presented and published in Australia, Asia, Europe and the United States, on litigation systems, evidence and procedure reforms, and international trade.

Zhuhao Wang

Zhuhao Wang is Associate Professor of Law at Institute of Evidence Law and Forensic Science, China University of Political Science and Law (“CUPL”), a member of the “2011 Plan” of the PRC national government – Collaborative Innovation Center of Judicial Civilization (“CICJC”) and a member of the “111 Plan” of the PRC national government – Base for Evidence Science Innovation and Talent Recruitment (“BESITR”). He received J.D. from Indiana University Bloomington – Maurer School of Law, and L.L.M. from University of Pennsylvania Law School. He joined CUPL in December 2012, after two years of law practice in cross-border mergers & acquisitions and corporate transactions with Locke Lord LLP in Dallas, United States. While teaching at CUPL, Professor Wang serves as Associate Executive Director of the International Association of Evidence Science and a member of the International Association of Procedural Law. He also serves as Director of International Cooperation and Exchanges at the Evidence Institute, CUPL and is an editor of Evidence Science – a leading Chinese law journal focusing on studies of evidence law and forensic science. Professor Wang’s teaching and research areas include evidence law, procedural law, and international business transactions. He is a recipient of multiple grants from the PRC national government, including a grant from the “2011 Plan” – CICJC and a grant from the PRC Ministry of Education for his teaching and research.