It's also important to encourage dialogue between legal scholars in China and the United States because the two countries represent the world's two largest economies, Yu said. When conflicts arise between the two nations, it's helpful for leaders in each country to have a solid understanding of the legal systems of both, he said.
The symposium is a part of an ongoing relationship between OCU's law school and a number of law schools in China. The law school also offers a summer study abroad program that sends American students to study at Nankai University and hosts a four-week Certificate in American Law program for Chinese students.
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