SHANGHAI, CHINA (April 30, 2010) — MWE China Law Offices is pleased to announce that the Firm was recently admitted by the China Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA) as its newest member. MWE China is the first law firm accepted for membership by CNEA.
CNEA is a national non-profit, non-governmental organization that was established in April 2007. CNEA’s objective is to function as a bridge for its members to link with PRC government agencies and their foreign counterparts. CNEA’s mission is to implement national policies on nuclear energy development throughout the country, promote independent industrial innovation and technical advances, and support the improvement of safety, reliability, and the economics associated with the use of nuclear energy.
CNEA is a five-star association named by the Ministry of Civil Affairs and mainly consists of leaders in the nuclear energy industry, such as China National Nuclear Corporation, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Corporation, and the State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation, among others. Many leading academic research institutions are also members of CNEA, such as Tsinghua University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and the China Institute of Atomic Energy. For more information on CNEA, please visit: http://www.china-nea.cn.
As the first law firm to be granted membership in CNEA, MWE China's membership will enable the Firm to build a strong and enduring relationship with CNEA and to work more closely with major players in the Chinese nuclear industry.
MWE China Law Offices is a Chinese law firm with a seasoned and integrated professional team based in Shanghai that is licensed to practice in the People's Republic of China. With a Western-style approach to client service, the firm provides legal services and business advice to both Chinese companies and multinational companies doing business in China. MWE China Law Offices is strategically allied with McDermott Will & Emery, an international law firm with 16 offices in the United States and Europe.