chinese business courses


hello there!

i would like to know if there are courses in chinese business law as a part of the llm business ?

and if not, where can i find a chinese business law llm offered by an american law school?

thanks

y

hello there!

i would like to know if there are courses in chinese business law as a part of the llm business ?

and if not, where can i find a chinese business law llm offered by an american law school?

thanks

y
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michaelcor...

Prof. Guo Li, who teaches Corp Law, Banking and Finance and Securities in Peking University is a visiting professor this year in Cornell University where he teaches Chinese Business Law courses. I think Cornell has an exchange program with PKU where they send various professors to Cornell every year.

Prof. Guo Li, who teaches Corp Law, Banking and Finance and Securities in Peking University is a visiting professor this year in Cornell University where he teaches Chinese Business Law courses. I think Cornell has an exchange program with PKU where they send various professors to Cornell every year.
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hi

thank you very much for replying...

i have checked the site of cornell, and they offer 3 courses...so for me it is not enough....they have also a summer course in china but nothing serious

if by any chance,you hear about a chinese business law llm in the us...i would appreciate if you would tell me....

thanks again for your time

y

hi

thank you very much for replying...

i have checked the site of cornell, and they offer 3 courses...so for me it is not enough....they have also a summer course in china but nothing serious

if by any chance,you hear about a chinese business law llm in the us...i would appreciate if you would tell me....

thanks again for your time

y
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michaelcor...

in that case , why don't you just take your LLM in china? Peking University has a good program. Studying Chinese law in english is already a disadvantage by itself, because all chinese law are written in chinese and business in china even with foreigners is increasingly being done in mandarin so if you want a china based practice, it makes more sense to invest time learning mandarin and studying in china, rather than studying chinese law in the US. in china, you learn not just from the classroom, you learn by interacting with students, people around, taxi drivers, workers, sales people, your landlord, all very valuable sources of chinese cultural knowledge. you can even do an internship in a chinese law firm to really get a feel of chinese business law.

in that case , why don't you just take your LLM in china? Peking University has a good program. Studying Chinese law in english is already a disadvantage by itself, because all chinese law are written in chinese and business in china even with foreigners is increasingly being done in mandarin so if you want a china based practice, it makes more sense to invest time learning mandarin and studying in china, rather than studying chinese law in the US. in china, you learn not just from the classroom, you learn by interacting with students, people around, taxi drivers, workers, sales people, your landlord, all very valuable sources of chinese cultural knowledge. you can even do an internship in a chinese law firm to really get a feel of chinese business law.
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hannenyh

If you wanna be so hardcore about learning Chinese business/law, then I agree with the post above. Move to China and obtain an LLM from there instead. It is beneficial in so many ways - language, culture, networking etc.

If you wanna be so hardcore about learning Chinese business/law, then I agree with the post above. Move to China and obtain an LLM from there instead. It is beneficial in so many ways - language, culture, networking etc.
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hello there!

thank you both for replying...

are the chinese universities reputated as well as the us universities? what is the difference if i obtain an llm (chinese business lae) from the us or from asia?

hello there!

thank you both for replying...

are the chinese universities reputated as well as the us universities? what is the difference if i obtain an llm (chinese business lae) from the us or from asia?

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zxnancy23

I'm a student of China.I think Peking University is one of best universities in asia and has a good law program. If you want to kown China including law, culture, mandarin well, you should go to China.It's too difficult to described it, but to experience it yourself. You can also take HK universities into consideration.

I'm a student of China.I think Peking University is one of best universities in asia and has a good law program. If you want to kown China including law, culture, mandarin well, you should go to China.It's too difficult to described it, but to experience it yourself. You can also take HK universities into consideration.
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Our law school also has an active relationship with Peking University as well as Zhejiang University College of Law by the beautiful lake in Hangzhou. Each year we exchange students and faculty.

Last year in China, 50 Chinese and 50 American law students participated in our joint program. From this program, I think eight Chinese students are with us in San Diego finishing their Chinese law degree while undertaking their US LLM.

Prof. Chaowu Jin of Peking, well known Mandarin and English language author in the tax field, also on our faculty, teaches our Chinese Investment Law course in residence and online each summer, as well as jointly writes with us.

We also have an exchange professor every year from Zhejiang University who teaches residentially a full load of China law courses for our students. Four of our fulltime faculty are fluent in Mandarin, thus we offer Mandarin language courses for US law students/lawyers in San Diego to prepare them for the China residential program.

Our law school also has an active relationship with Peking University as well as Zhejiang University College of Law by the beautiful lake in Hangzhou. Each year we exchange students and faculty.

Last year in China, 50 Chinese and 50 American law students participated in our joint program. From this program, I think eight Chinese students are with us in San Diego finishing their Chinese law degree while undertaking their US LLM.

Prof. Chaowu Jin of Peking, well known Mandarin and English language author in the tax field, also on our faculty, teaches our Chinese Investment Law course in residence and online each summer, as well as jointly writes with us.

We also have an exchange professor every year from Zhejiang University who teaches residentially a full load of China law courses for our students. Four of our fulltime faculty are fluent in Mandarin, thus we offer Mandarin language courses for US law students/lawyers in San Diego to prepare them for the China residential program.
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