Legal Services under the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: Surveying the Landscape
AuthorGodwin, A; HOWSE, T
Source TitleALC Briefing Paper
PublisherAsian Law Centre, University of Melbourne
AffiliationMelbourne Law School
Asian Law Centre
CitationsGodwin, A. & HOWSE, T. (2015). Legal Services under the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: Surveying the Landscape. Asian Law Centre, University of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
Open Access URLhttps://law.unimelb.edu.au/centres/alc/research/publications/alc-briefing-paper-series/legal-services-under-the-china-australia-free-trade-agreement-surveying-the-landscape
The developments concerning the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) have generated a high-level of interest, both in Australia and abroad. This paper considers the benefits of ChAFTA in terms of facilitating trade in legal services and examines the claims and expectations in this regard. The paper concludes by suggesting that the benefits of ChAFTA in relation to legal services are qualified and need to be viewed in the context of other significant developments.
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