Regent Law Adds Study Abroad Program in China

Regent University School of Law is pleased to announce a student and faculty exchange agreement with Shantou University Law School in Shantou, China.

Students and professors at both institutions will promote program goals which include studying law from a comparative legal perspective, providing service opportunities for alumni from each institution, and creating a forum for internationally-oriented scholarship.

Regent Law and Shantou University Law School hope the program will enrich comparative cultural understandings between China and the United States, further strengthening the ties between their respective legal communities.

Regent Law’s new study abroad program in China adds to a growing number of summer and semester opportunities including programs in Israel, Spain, France, and England, and South Korea.

It also expands opportunities for legal scholarship within the Regent Journal of International Law, the first Christian academic journal dedicated to scholarly publications on issues of international law.

Learn more about Regent’s study abroad programs here, and about the Regent Journal of International Law here.

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