Pip Nicholson, Dean of the Melbourne Law School visited Peking University Law School
Date：2018-11-05 Source：Author： Yuan Yijin Wen Yuting
On October 25, 2018, Prof. Pip Nicholson, Dean of the University of Melbourne Law School, visited Peking University Law School. Pan Jianfeng, Dean of Peking University Law School, Vice Dean Guo Li, Assistant Dean and the director of the Foreign Affairs Office Li Yuanyuan warmly welcomed the guests and had a cordial and friendly exchange with them.
Dean Pip Nicholson congratulated and thanked the success of the 2018 Peking University Law School International Week. She said that during the International Week, the University of Melbourne Law School was invited to participate in Peking University Law School students' overseas study, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan exchange education exhibition, and the president's meeting, which further promoted the exchanges between the two universities; Melbourne University Law School Vice Dean Prof. Sean Cooney is also a member of the Global Chair of Peking University Law School. He will contribute to the development of Peking University Law School in the future. The University of Melbourne Law School attaches great importance to cooperation with Peking University Law School and will promote the students in the future. Cooperation and exchanges in exchanges, teacher exchanges, and academic exchanges.
Dean Pan Jianfen and Vice Dean Guo Li highlighted the achievements of Peking University Law School's international development and expressed their desire for better, broader and deeper cooperation in the future of both universities. Subsequently, the two sides signed a cooperation framework agreement, and will focus on cooperation and exploration in student training and collaborative research in the future.
Meeting with a group photo
About the University of Melbourne Law School:
Founded in 1857, the University of Melbourne Law School is Australia's oldest law school and Australia's leading law school. The University of Melbourne Law School ranked 8th in the world in 2018 and 1st in Australia. In 2019, Times Higher Education ranked 10th in the world and 1st in Australia.