McGeorge hosts international scholars, professors, judges and practitioners conducting law-related research through our Visiting Scholars Program.
While at McGeorge, visiting scholars receive support from the Graduate and International Programs Office. Visiting scholars also enjoy access to our library, including Lexis and Westlaw research databases, and a study carrel.
We strongly prefer to have visiting scholars schedule their visit to begin in early January or August, just before the start of classes; however, under special circumstances, we may be able to accommodate alternative start dates. Visiting scholars are expected to be proficient in the English language. A TOEFL score of at least 80 or IELTS score of at least six (6) is required. If no such scores are available, an equivalent level of English language proficiency may be demonstrated through other means.
To encourage involvement and interaction with the campus community, visiting scholars are encouraged and expected to participate in the life of the school by attending student and faculty events and giving a presentation regarding their research to students and faculty. Visiting scholars are required to submit a draft of their research after the first semester, and/or the final research project upon completion of their program. In addition, visiting scholars are required to audit one to three courses per semester.
The fee for the Visiting Scholar program is $4,000 per semester.
Public Prosecutor, Seoul Central Public Prosecutors' office
Gunyoung Park passed a bar exam in 2005 and completed a two-year program at the Judicial Research & Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea. He was appointed a Public Prosecutor in 2008 and is currently a prosecutor of Seoul Central Prosecutors' office.
He has investigated and prosecuted election crime and other crimes against public safety.
He is a member of Anti-terror crime Research Society of Korean Public Prosecutors' office.
His research at McGeorge will be A Research on the Counter-Terrorism Laws on Terror-Aiding Crimes in U.S.
PhD in Jurisprudence, Associate Professor
Huijing Wang works at International School of Law, Beijing International Studies University of China. She received her PhD Jurisprudence Degree from Department of Politics and Law, Party School of the CPC, and the Juris Master Degree from Law School, Renmin University of China.
She was engaged as an expert of Travel and Tourism Law Legislative argumentation advisory group from 2009 to 2013, and She is also a member of Supervisory Expert of litigation consultation of Supreme People’s Court of China from 2015 to present.
Her research interests are Jurisprudence, Travel & Tourism Law and Intellectual Property Law. She has published many academic works and articles. The research on Forefront Issues of Tourism law won the excellent award of the National Tourism Administration's excellent research achievements in 2013.
Her research at McGeorge is about Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection of Intellectual Property.
He permanently works at University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED) under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, International Law faculty.
PhD in International Law (2009), docent/professor (2015).
He has honor diplomas from the National University of Uzbekistan (1993, History and Sociology faculty) and the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED) under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan (1997, International Relations Department).
Khaydarali Yunusov, as one of those talented and well-educated fellows, was among the grant winners of the Presidential “UMID” Foundation of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan which supports the education of talented youth abroad. He received his Master’s degree from Nice–Sophia Antipolis University (2000, International Public and Private Law Department) in France.
In addition, he attended courses at the Diplomatic Academy of London (United Kingdom, 2002, August), the postgraduate program in conflict resolution at Uppsala University (Sweden, 2004, April–May) and Tsukuba university Training program on teaching methodology (Japan, 2006, December).
From 2004 through 2018, he was a visiting scholar from Uzbekistan at the George Washington University Law School, Institute of European studies of Jagiellonian University (Poland), Bonn and Hamburg universities (Germany), the University of Lausanne (Switzerland), Oxford University and guest lecturer at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France) for 2013–2014 academic years.
Dr. Yunusov was awarded ERASMUS+ Jean Monnet project grants of the EU Comission consecutively for three times. Over the last years, he coordinated SEnECA international research project in Uzbekistan within the EU Horizon-2020 programme.
He has published more than 150 articles and several scientific manuscripts on political, social and legal areas. Among other publications, his two books deserve special consideration: (1)“Trans-boundary rivers and mega hydropower constructions: threats, damages and security measures” /Scientific research monograph. – Tashkent, “Yangi Asr Avlodi” publisher house, 2015. – 268 pp. (In Uzbek); (2) European Union Law /Academic textbook. 3rd edition. – Tashkent, “UWED–Press” publisher house, 2019. – 678 pp. (In Uzbek).
International Programs Office