The Master of Laws (LL.M) Program in Chinese Law

     Zhejiang University, founded in 1897 and located in Hangzhou, is one of  China's very top and most prestigious universities. It is a comprehensive and  national key institution of higher education with a long-standing commitment to  "Seeking the Truth and Pioneering New Trails". The Law School, renowned for its  distinguished faculty members and notable alumni, is also one of the oldest and  most eminent law schools of the nation. Today, with generous endowment from the  Guanghua Foundation, the Law School is abundant in schooling space and other  resources as well. It is home to a number of leading research institutes, such  as the Institute of International Law, Institute of Economic Law, Institute of  Criminal Law, Institute of Civil and Commercial Law, Institute of Jurisprudence  and Judicial Precedent, and the Institute of Public Law and Comparative Law,  offering lecture series and other activities to augment studies. Endowed with a  pleasant climate and picturesque surroundings, Guanghua Law School is an ideal  place for teaching, research and learning.

    The Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Chinese Law of Zhejiang University  offers intellectually outstanding international students the opportunity of  pursuing advanced legal studies in a Chinese culture. It enables students to  engage in valuable independent research around issues of particular interest to  them, and encourages students to be proactive in developing a new skill and  exploring a specific field of research. The program provides helpful training  for those pursuing more in-depth academic work and for those interested in  learning about Chinese law. It is designed especially to benefit those seeking  to specialize in particular areas of law, those hoping to develop a  China-related career, and those desiring to experience China's legal system and  to broaden their intellectual horizons.

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