Loyola Marymount University Law School Visited KoGuan School of Law
Date:2018-03-16     Read:409    

On the afternoon of March 8, 2018, Prof. Hou Liyang, Assistant Dean of Shanghai Jiaotong University KoGuan School of Law, Mr. Liu Yongpei, and Ms. Chu Yile, Director of the Social Cooperation Office, met with Professor Michael Waterstone, Dean of the School of Law and Aaron Ghirardelli, Project Leader of LL.M./SJD from Loyola Marymount University at the VIP room of Leo KoGuan School of Law Building in Xuhui Campus. 

Professor Hou Liyang first welcomed the arrival of Dean Michael Waterstone. Then, Mr. Liu Yongpei introduced the existing cooperation between our institute and LOYOLA University Law School, and highlighted the China-US Entertainment Law Forum that the two sides will jointly hold. Subsequently, the two sides gave a brief introduction on their student size, professional settings, academic research, student exchange and internationalization projects. Professor Hou and Director Chu combined the current cooperation model between our institute and other universities and communicated with Dean Michael Waterstone about joint research, cooperative education and short-term curriculum exchanges. At the meeting, both parties actively expressed their hope to cooperate as soon as possible and implement related projects. The talks ended in a pleasant atmosphere of conversation.

Attachment: Loyola Marymount University

Founded in 1911, Loyola Marymount University is the largest Catholic Jesuit University on the West Coast of the United States. It is a top private university in the Western United States. It is based on the Jesuit/Marymount humanities education tradition: academic excellence, Improve personality, faith services, and promote justice.

LMU was named one of the “Top Ten Beautiful Campuses” in the United States by the Princeton Review. Its location L.A. is the second largest financial center in the United States after New York and one of the most dynamic and diverse cities in the world. LMU is located in a quiet and well-preserved residential area of ​​Los Angeles, where you can see two distinct and distinctive landscapes in downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean.

According to the university rankings published by the authoritative US News and World Report, LMU ranks second in the western United States. The school's film school represents the top level in the United States, ranking top 10 in the United States, and has a worldwide reputation. Its law school is among the best in the United States in research in the field of entertainment law.