MRLC Salon Phrase VII: Mr. Zhao Hu shared how to be a good lawyer
On December 7, China-Korea Market and Regulation Law Center
(MRLC) Salon Phrase VII was successfully held in Room 201, Renmin University of
China Media Building. Professor Meng Yanbei of Renmin Law School held this
salon. The partner of East Bright Law firm, Zhao Hu was invited to share his
experience as a lawyer.
Mr. Zhao graduated from the Law School of Renmin University
of China with rich experience in practicing law. In the seminar, Mr. Zhao
mainly focused on “how to become a good lawyer” and was willing to exchange
ideas and thoughts with the students.
Firstly, Mr. Zhao asked students “What is Law” and actively
interacted with the students who participated in the seminar. Mr. Zhao believed
that different legal professions had different perception and awareness. But the
law shall be considered as a faith rather than just a tool to the job. Mr. Zhao
also told them an interesting story on the event organized by the Beijing Intellectual
Property Court. He recalled some feedback on “Why you choose law as your job”
from judges, lawyers and scholars. In the interactive process, the students
actively expressed their views and opinions. Most of them had a difficult
decision between whether to be a doctor or a lawyer. Mr. Zhao pointed out that medical
science and law have a lot in common. In the legal profession, in fact, there
are many types of medical terminology concepts, such as legal clinics, legal
lesions and so on.
After that, Mr. Zhao
told them the regular procedure and time schedule to in the law firm from an
intern to a good lawyer. And then he listed several requirements to be
discussions and exchanges, officials from SAIC
have expressed that they reward a lot from this salon. Two teachers’ professional
and in-depth analysis has help them have a richer understanding of the concepts
of the anti-monopoly law, and provides them a good analysis method for their
practical work of law enforcement.
Professor Meng Yanbei
briefly summarized the salon. She thanked Mr.Zhao for his sharing of
observation of law from the lawyers' professional view. She also pointed the
concept of professional community of the law. A better professional community
would guarantee a better allocation of the resources.