Partnership forged with Beijing Normal University

The University of Tulsa (TU) College of Law has announced an agreement with Beijing Normal University to offer TU Law's LL.M. degree for foreign lawyers with an energy law concentration for qualified Chinese law students graduating from Beijing Normal's School of Law and College of Criminal Law Science.

 

According to TU, the new partnership is part of a strategic plan in Asia, which might include more future agreements with Chinese universities.

For more information, please visit the TU press release announcing the new partnership.

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