The U.S. Constitution & Penn State LL.M. Program Seminar was Successfully Held


by Translator Constance Li, November 25, 2017


In the Room 211 Law School, the outline of the U.S. Constitution & Pennsylvania State University (hereinafter “Penn State”) LL.M. program seminar was successfully held at 6: 30pm on Tuesday, November 14. 2017. Professor Steve G. Barnes, the vice dean of Penn State Law School who is responsible for the international program, was invited to be the speaker in the seminar. And Professor Weijun Ge, the vice dean of SUFE Law School, was the moderator. More than twenty teachers and students attended this seminar.


First of all, Professor Ge warmly welcomed Professor Barnes and briefly introduced the academic achievement of Professor Barnes.


Then, Professor Barnes stated his own experiences in China and other countries and exchanged ideas with students about Chinese, so as to narrow the gap between him and students. Professor Barnes mainly introduced Pen State, its LL.M. program and the U.S. Constitution. Built in 1855, Penn State is a major, public, research university serving Pennsylvania and the global community. It is a member of the Public Ivies as well. Penn State LL.M. program is designed for the students who aim to work for law department, government agencies, academic institutions and non-government organizations. Afterwards, Professor Barnes introduced law school faculty members and focused on how to apply for the LL.M program. He also explained to students the history and current situation of the U.S. Constitution, as well as the analysis of classic cases, with vivid humorous language.


Finally, Professor Barnes sent his gifts to the present students by lottery. And he also interviewed the students who intended to apply for the Penn State LL.M. program one after another. In that case, the seminar was completely successful.



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