Professor Wilson Lectures and Builds Relationships in Taiwan


Professor Wilson in Taiwan

In the first week of January, Professor Tom Wilson established connections between the IU McKinney School of Law and three law schools in Taiwan. Professor Wilson was invited to Providence University by Professor John Wang, Chair of the Department of Law, to deliver two lectures, one on American commercial law and one on opportunities available at the IU McKinney School of Law for foreign professors and students. Providence University is located in Taichung City and traces its history back to 1920 and to Mother Marie Gratia Luking and five Sisters of Providence from St. Mary of The Woods in Indiana

Professor Wilson is shown in the photo with Professor Wang and Providence University students who attended one of the lectures. In the second photo, Professor Wilson is shown with (from left) Professor John Wang; Victor C. Lin, Dean, Office of International and Cross-Strait Affairs; Sidney Lin, Coordinator/Project Manager, Academic Exchange Affairs Division of the Office of International Affairs ; and Roy Chen, a member of Ambassador Elite, a student organization that helps host International guests.

Professor Wilson with Professors in Taiwan

While in Taiwan, Professor Wilson also met with Bernard Kao, Dean of the College of Law and Political Science at National Chung Hsing University, also in Taichung City, and with Amy Huey-Ling Shee, Professor of Law and Director of the Centre of International Affairs & Exchange at National Chung-Cheng University in Minxiong, Chiayi County. As a result of these meetings, IU McKinney School of Law will have increased opportunities to collaborate with law schools in Taiwan.

Professor Wilson is the director of the Joint Center for Asian Law Studies, of the Chinese Law Summer Program at Renmin University of China Law School, of the Summer Program in American Law for students at Sun Yat-sen University Law School, and of the LL.M. Program Track in American Law for Foreign Lawyers.

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