Five Chinese Graduate Law Students Spend Semester at Law School
During this Spring semester five Chinese graduate students in law are calling the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law home. The five are all students in the Juris Masters degree program at Renmin University of China Law School in Beijing.
The five students, with their adopted American names, are: Chen Junjie (Kitty), Qin Lan (Lilian), Wang Yongyang (Eric), Wang Yuhan (Vera), and Zhang Wenqi (Cool). The students are taking classes alongside our school’s J.D. students and are participating in community life of the law school by attending organized events and forming friendships with our students.
The five visitors are the first of what Renmin University of China Law School and the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law hope will become an annual exchange of students.
Renmin University of China Law School is perennially ranked by the Ministry of Education of the Peoples’ Republic of China as one of the most prestigious law schools in that country. Renmin University of China Law School is host to the law school’s Chinese Law Summer Program and is a partner with the law school in the Joint Center for Asian Law Studies.