Distinguished visitors from the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) were at the Law School in early October to explore new academic and research collaborations between Osgoode and CUPL.
CUPL, established in 1952 in Beijing, is widely considered to be one of the best Chinese universities in legal studies. The Faculty of International Law is a school of the China University of Political Science and Law. The school offers LLB, LLM and PhD degrees in Chinese and English. CUPL Faculty of International Law has more than 49 faculty members, making it the largest faculty among Chinese universities that specializes in international law.
Pictured, from left: CUPL Associate Professor Qin Huaping, Deputy Director of the Research Institute of Private International Law; CUPL Professor Kong Qingjiang, Dean, Faculty of International Law; Osgoode Professor Carys Craig, Associate Dean, Research & Institutional Relations; Nicole Aylwin, Osgoode Assistant Director Research, Academic Co-Director of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution and Research Fellow, Canadian Forum on Civil Justice; Meghan Thomas, Director, Professional Graduate and International Programs, Osgoode Professional Development; Osgoode Professor Jinyan Li; and Ding Qiuju, CUPL Program Officer.