PKULS Opens up a New Situation in Australia's Cooperation
From April 9th to 14th, Zhang Shouwen, Dean of PKULS and Wang Xixin, Vice Dean of PKULS went to the University of Sydney Law School, the University of New South Wales Law School and the University of Melbourne Law School, carrying out foreign affairs and academic exchanges. They further consolidated and expanded the cooperative relationship between our college and the law schools of Australian Universities. Fruitful results have been achieved.
During the visit to the University of Sydney, Joellen Riley, Dean of the University of Sydney Law School, warmly received them. The meeting was attended by Matthew Conaglen, Executive Vice Dean of the University of Sydney Law School, Kimberlee Weatherall, Deputy Dean of Scientific Research, Ling Bing, Chinese Affairs Director, Vivienne Bath, Director of the Asia Pacific Law Center, Luigi Tomba, Director of the Chinese Research Center and Mary Wang, Director of the International Project Office of University of Sydney. The two sides discussed the student exchange project, the student joint training project, the co-work Research of the professors, the joint holding of the academic conference and so on, and the initial cooperation intention was reached.
dean Zhang Shouwen meets with representatives of the University of Sydney Law School
Subsequently, Dean Zhang Shouwen and Vice Dean Wang Xixin held a round table conference on academic exchanges at the USLS. They introduced the latest progress of the development and construction of the rule of law in China to, and carried out a warm exchange discussion with teachers and students from USLS.
round table session
round table event
During their visit to the University of New South Wales, they had a friendly meeting with Deborah Healey, Director of the Business Law subject of UNSW law Director of the Chinese Center for Commercial Law and International law, Heng Wang, Co-director of the Chinese Center for Commercial Law research, and A.P.Weng Xiaochuan. The two sides reviewed the history of cooperation in the exchange of students, and unanimously hoped to continue to expand the cooperation relations between the two colleges on the basis of good cooperation, to further promote deep and full range of communication and cooperation, such as China's trade liberalization and other parties.
dean Zhang Shouwen and vice dean Wang Xixin meet the representatives of the University of New South Wales Law School
During their visit to the University of Melbourne, they received a warm reception from the Pip Nicholson, Dean of the University of Melbourne Law School, Sean Cooney, Vice dean of foreign affairs, and Sarah Biddulph, Director of the Asian Law Center,. The two sides have carried out fruitful exchanges and communication, agreed to strengthen the existing cooperation, focused on expanding the cooperation of students' exchange projects and teachers' cooperation research, and continued to promote and support the construction of common law courses of PKULS. After the meeting, Dean Zhang Shouwen and Vice Dean Wang Xixin held an academic symposium on China's judicial reform at UMLS and conducted academic exchanges with professors in this field. The visit to Australian university ended successfully in a friendly atmosphere.
dean Zhang Shouwen and vice dean Wang Xixin meet the representatives of the University of Melbourne Law School
academic seminar activity
This visit has laid a good foundation for consolidating the cooperation results and the international development model of PKULS and the law schools of Australian Universities. It has deepened the academic links between PKULS and Australian cooperative colleges, expanded the way of international cooperation and has promoted the international development of PKULS.
Translated by: Ding Lu
Edited by : Peng Yuchen