Spring Semester Classes Have A Foreign Flavor
March 10, 2011
Forty-two graduate and international law students are studying on the Pacific McGeorge campus this spring along with three visiting scholars.
If addition to several Americans, the students represent 21 foreign countries: Armenia, Austria, Botswana, China, Egypt, Germany, Hong Kong, Nepal, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Iraq, Moldova, Romania, Rwanda, Spain and Switzerland.
There are 22 students in the Pacific McGeorge's flagship program, the LL.M. in Transnational Business Practice, 10 in the LL.M. in Public Law & Policy program, four in the LL.M. in Experiential Law Teaching program, and three in the J.S.D. in International Water Resources Law program.
Idoeu Adetogun, LL.M. '07, is pursuing another LL.M. and a J.S.D. in International Water Resources Law. Maria Milanes-Murcia, LL.M. '08, continues her J.S.D. work in the same area. Fareena Azhar, who finished her J.D. here in December, has begun the LL.M. in Public Law & Policy program.
The visiting scholars include Cristina Leb, who holds a law degree from an Austrian university and is working on her doctorate at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. Jianming Liu teaches law and is the director of the clinical education center at Zhejiang Gongshang University in Hangzhou, China. Xiungzhong Shi is a professor at the Capital Normal University in Beijiing.