University of Minnesota Law School dean Fred Morrison (third from left) and China Center director Yongwei Zhang (second from left) visited the Renmin University of China on June 20. They had a productive meeting with the administrators and faculty at the Law School: dean Wang Liming, executive associate dean Han Dayuan, assistant to the dean Shi Jiayou, and three other faculty and staff members.

 The group discussed a U of M Law School proposal of holding a summer J.D. program at Renmin University. A preliminary consensus was reached and an agreement between the two law schools will signed in the near future. Zhang and Morrison also met with Ms. Cheng Xin and Ms. Zhang Damiao of the Department of International Exchanges at Renmin University.

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