"法律能改变中国吗：与哥大法学家对谈": "Will Law Change China? A Discussion with a Columbia Law Scholar" an interview with Professor Liebman in the New York Times, Chinese version.
The China Daily covered the new deal between Columbia Law School and Peking University Law School in a May 23, 2013, article called "US, Chinese Law Schools Deepen Collaboration."
Professor Ben Liebman talks about the importance of studying abroad, on Feb. 28, 2012.
Professor Ben Liebman co-hosts Vice Admiral James Houck, the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General, for a discussion of the law of the sea on Feb. 22, 2012.
Vice President Joe Biden invites Professor Ben Liebman to the White House to discuss human rights in China. Read the White House coverage and the Columbia Law School coverage.
On March 29, 2010, but published more recently, Professor Liebman lectured on a comparative study of Chinese medical disputes at 中国社会科学.
In Spring 2011, Professor Liebman presented data on medical malpractice in China, including nine years of court decisions and interviews, at a conference in Beijing in this article, "律师开出解决医疗纠纷'第一方'"
Fall 2010, the SingTao Daily covered Columbia University's panel on the free press in a global society.
Fall 2009, Professor Ben Liebman goes to China as part of delegation to help shape tort liability laws there.
Summer, 2009, “Lost in Translation,” an article on the Chinese courts, appeared in the Columbia Law School Magazine.
June 1, 2009, Professor Benjamin L. Liebman published an article on the Chinese courts on the PBS webpage [wideangle].
June 27, 2008, Professor Benjamin L. Liebman spoke at the National Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, as covered in this article, "美国哥伦比亚大学李本教授访问法学所."
June 28, 2008, Professor Benjamin L. Liebman spoke at Renmin University School of Law, "哥伦比亚大学李本教授做客美国法系列讲座."
The Spring 2008 edition of Columbia Law School Magazine contained an article about Professors Liebman and Wu's research, called “China's Network Justice: Is the Internet a Tool to Advance Justice in China or a New Mechanism for Government Control?”
The Economist of Feb. 28, 2008, prominently featured Professors Curtis J. Milhaupt and Benjamin L. Liebman's research in the article, “Economics focus: In the stocks: Shame fills a vacuum in China's financial law enforcement.”
The Center for Strategic and International Studies sponsored a conference called Rural Discontent, Rule of Law and Social Unrest in China: Implications for U.S. Policy.
A Discussion with American Scholars on “Chinese Legal Research—The Influence of the Internet on Justice and the Rule of Law,” 美国"中国发研究"学者谈——互联网对法官及法治的影响
Defining the Mission of Legal Education: Protecting Freedom and Public Interest, 法学教育目标在维护自由与公义
Closer Ties with Active Chinese Lawyers—An Interview with America's Youngest Law School Dean and well-known lawyer, Dean David Schizer, 与活跃的中国律师走得更近———访全美最年轻的法学院院长、知名律师戴维·斯齐泽
What Do 228 Media Defamation Cases Reveal? 228 例媒体名誉侵权案揭示了什么？