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Luo Dongchuan, Vice President of the Supreme Court, Visited the Collaborative Innovation Center for Intellectual Property Protection in Chongqing for Research

十二月 29 2019

On the afternoon of September 20th, 2019, Luo Dongchuan, a member of the party leadership group of the Supreme  Court, vice President and chief judge of the Intellectual Property Court, accompanied by Sun Hailong, vice President of Chongqing higher People's Court and Tang li, vice President of Southwest University of Political Science and Law(SWUPl) visited Chongqing Collaborative Innovation Center for Intellectual Property Protection to guide work.

Luo Dongchuan, vice President, visited the experimental area of compound advanced intellectual property talent training mode of  SWUPl and  Chongqing Collaborative Innovation Center for Intellectual Property Protection, and listened to the introduction of Professor Li Yufeng, the center's director, on the construction of the center, talent training, representative achievements, social influence and future vision. Luo dongchuan, vice President of the center,had a friendly communication with all teachers of the center.

Luo Dongchuan showed the positive view towards the achievements that the center had made. What’s more, he pointed out that the center should base on Two Centenary Goals and the Chinese Dream of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation to respond to the social needs and earnestly implement the requirements of the general secretary of Chongqing "Two Points" Orientation, "Two Places", "Three Actions". He hoped that the center will continue to strengthen cooperation with the Supreme People's Court and local people's courts at all levels, give full play to its scientific research advantages, expand its scale, enhance its academic influence, build a brand, look at the construction of the center in a developing view ,produce more academic achievements, and provide intellectual support for state organs.

Finally, Luo Dongchuan took photos with the centers' researchers.

Filing:yuicpd05001036 Copyright:School of civil and commercial law, Southwest University of political science and law