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Published Resources

The following are published resources on legal scholarship in Chinese Experiential Education.

Conferences and Workshops

Curriculum Materials

These materials were developed as training curricula for use in Chinese law schools. View the list.

Clinical Legal Education in China — Bibliography

Monograph and Law Journal Articles published in China. This listing was provided by the Law Library of Congress.

Journal of Chinese Legal Education

DONG Jingbo, Professor of Law at China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, China and USAID sponsored graduate from the LL.M. in Teaching of Advocacy at Pacific McGeorge in 2008, publishes "Study on experiential education in courses of international law-teaching of advocacy in courses of international law On Practical Teaching Mode".

The CIP Report

Brian Landsberg, Program Director of the USAID Experiential Education program in China, publishes article in the CIP Report (see page 6).

International Journal of Clinical Legal Education

Pacific Law Articles

Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal

McGeorge Law Review