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Sunday, May 25, 2008

Revised document on Chinese LLM degrees for foreigners

Last week I posted here on Chinese LLM degrees for foreigners. As some useful comments have come in response to that, I'm posting a revised document; please use this one (Version 2) instead.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/china_law_prof_blog/2008/05/revised-documen.html

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Can't help but agree with many of the points. I was one of the two non-Chinese (HK or Mainland) in the China Practice at a HK/Australian firm; both of us were fluent in Chinese, but the other was a senior partner and I was support, mainly doing English and Chinese publications. Few of the other foreigners in law I've met here and on the Mainland are young and fresh out -- most had been in their firms' home countries for a few years before transferring out, and most had decent Chinese (if that).

Posted by: Therese | May 28, 2008 8:18:58 PM

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