Headquarters & Sub-Centers

CALCC is headquartered in Hainan Island of China. As China’s largest special economic zone, Hainan is connected to many ASEAN countries across the waters and is the central hinterland of the Maritime Silk Road of the 21st Century that links China and ASEAN countries, covering 35.4 thousand square kilometers land area and about 2.1 million square kilometers ocean area.

The CALCC HQ, set up in 2012 operates with the mechanism of the Board of Directors functions as the core, the Secretariat handles the overall coordination and scientific management, the Communications Department is responsible for publicity and public relations, coordinates and organizes international exchange activities and undertakes the tasks of carrying out non-governmental exchange programs of law and other relevant work while the Legal Affairs Department conducts research on policy, business information and legal subjects and provides online consulting in addition to forming discussion groups composed of project experts.

CALCC is headquartered in Hainan Island of China. As China’s largest special economic zone, Hainan is connected to many ASEAN countries across the waters and is the central hinterland of the Maritime Silk Road of the 21st Century that links China and ASEAN countries, covering 35.4 thousand square kilometers land area and about 2.1 million square kilometers ocean area.

The CALCC HQ, set up in 2012 operates with the mechanism of the Board of Directors functions as the core, the Secretariat handles the overall coordination and scientific management, the Communications Department is responsible for publicity and public relations, coordinates and organizes international exchange activities and undertakes the tasks of carrying out non-governmental exchange programs of law and other relevant work while the Legal Affairs Department conducts research on policy, business information and legal subjects and provides online consulting in addition to forming discussion groups composed of project experts.

Headquaters

Sub-Centers

Malaysia Center

Malaysia Center

Located at Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a newly-developed country with diversified economy. The Malaysia Sub-Center was established at the end of 2011, located at the Golden Triangle prosperous business area in the central hinterland of Kuala Lumpur and adjacent to various major scenic spots and business roads of the city.

Since its establishment, the Malaysia Sub-Center has built up friendly relationship with Malaysia Bar Council, the Asian International Arbitration Center based in Kuala Lumpur, the local Chinese merchants associations and several multinational enterprises, provided various legal services including policy analysis, preliminary investigation and research, scheme review, enterprise training and dispute settlement by virtue of its advantageous resources from the legal and economic perspectives, and provided investors with professional Islamic law knowledge as given by the invited consultant of famous Islamic law scholars, which effectively evaded the religion problems encountered in the investment and trade.

Located at Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a newly-developed country with diversified economy. The Malaysia Sub-Center was established at the end of 2011, located at the Golden Triangle prosperous business area in the central hinterland of Kuala Lumpur and adjacent to various major scenic spots and business roads of the city.

Since its establishment, the Malaysia Sub-Center has built up friendly relationship with Malaysia Bar Council, the Asian International Arbitration Center based in Kuala Lumpur, the local Chinese merchants associations and several multinational enterprises, provided various legal services including policy analysis, preliminary investigation and research, scheme review, enterprise training and dispute settlement by virtue of its advantageous resources from the legal and economic perspectives, and provided investors with professional Islamic law knowledge as given by the invited consultant of famous Islamic law scholars, which effectively evaded the religion problems encountered in the investment and trade.

Other Part of Southeast Asia

Other Part of Southeast Asia