Mr Ryan Tang
Mr Ryan Tang is a senior partner at AllBright Law Offices mainly based in the Shanghai office. His practice includes litigation and arbitration, dispute resolution, family law, IP infringement and regulatory / anti-bribery.
Mr Tang has profound knowledge and insight regarding the development and revision of civil law, criminal law, family law as well as procedural law and relevant implementation interpretations. As one of the leaders of the litigation division in AllBright he is in charge of various kinds of litigation and arbitration cases every year.
Mr Tang was previously a public servant with judicial authority in China and worked at a number of foreign-funded and domestic law firms. He was engaged by Shanghai Jiao Tong University as an adjunct teachers for master's degree students.
Mr Tang obtained his LLB from Shanghai University Law School in 1997 and his JM from East China University of Political Science and Law in 2000. He received an LLM from the University of Manchester, UK in 2002.
The protection of children in nowadays mainland China is still an intractable matter of great complexity due to the huge population as well as the uneven development of different regional areas. Though China has made considerable progress in recent decades such as promulgating the Children's Development Outline 2001-2010 and Children's Development Outline 2011-2020, however, the reality is still far from satisfactory. The Chinese government as well as society still need to put more effort into improvement of the protection of Children's rights and benefits, as this will require complex and systematic work in relation to legislation, education, welfare and health-care. The practical solutions are to: (i) enhance the awareness of protection of the Child; (ii) improve the legislation of Child protection; (iii) integrate different authorities to establish a dedicated body to protect the Child, and (iv) upgrade the custody system.