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Chinese Judges Visit Emory Law to Study American Justice System

29 Chinese judges stayed at Emory University for a month to study about US legal principles and structure. Emory faculty taught them advocacy skills, criminal law, constitutional law, and about the U.S. Civil Right movement. They also met with U.S. judges and lawyers in formal and casual settings.
Educated Chinese judges in American law and allowed them to earn credit towards their masters degrees in law
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Type of Exchange: 
Emory Law School City University of Hong Kong School of Law the Supreme People's Court of the People's Republic of China.
Participants (Types): 
Chinese judges Emory Law School Faculty
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Exchange Date: 
Saturday, June 1, 2013
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