John Phillips, Deputy Dean of the Law School of King's College, London, UK, visited Peking University Law School
On the afternoon of September 7, 2018, Prof. John Phillips, Deputy Dean of the Law School of King's College, London, visited Peking University Law School. Prof. Guo Li, Deputy Dean of Peking University Law School, and Li Yuanyuan, Assistant Dean, Director of the External Affairs Office, and Teacher Yao Yueming, Office of External Affairs Office, warmly welcomed the guests at Guoshuang Courtyard.
At the beginning of the exchange, Prof. Guo Li, Deputy Dean of Peking University Law School, expressed his sincere welcome to Prof. John Phillips, Deputy Dean of the Law School of King's College London, and expressed his expectation for the meeting and exchange results. Deputy Dean John Phillips gave a detailed introduction to the LLB, LLM and JD degree programs and subject setting at King's College London Law School, as well as the current status of existing partnerships with Columbia University, Georgetown University, and Peking University Law School, and proposed new proposals for future cooperation projects between the two parties. Deputy Dean John Phillips said that he will do his utmost to advance the project.
Prof. Guo Li listened carefully to the advice of prof. John Phillips. The two sides discussed in detail the details of the implementation of the project. In the future, the two sides will further close communication, strengthen cooperation and explore more in-depth and substantive cooperation.
Translated by: Chen Qingqing
Edited by: Chen Qingqing