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The Deakin School of Law is inviting students to travel to the People's Republic of China between T1 and T2 to develop an understanding of the Chinese legal system and its relationship to history and culture.
Over two weeks, students will undertake a unit in Chinese Commercial Law by participating in classes exploring contract law, law of joint ventures, as well as foreign trade law related to intellectual property, labour, employment and dispute resolution. Classes will be followed up by industry visits to help students relate classroom learnings with real world applications.
In addition to campus classes in Beijing, participants will visit Qufu City (birthplace of Confucius) and Xi'an (well-known for terracotta warriors) to learn the history behind the structures of Chinese Law.
Further details on inclusions of the program can be obtained by contacting the Program Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org
The tour has the capacity to truly become an enriching addition to any ordinary law qualification, a talking point for interviews, an opportunity for growth and development that will leave you with memories and friends that will last a lifetime.' Read more
Rian Chubb - 2011 tour participant
'The tour gives students the opportunity to travel to another country, see amazing sights, experience another culture, and make some great friends, all whilst gaining credit towards your degree.' Read more
Elese Cartledge - 2010 tour participant