2015 Exempt Students Announcement (2015推免延长至9月18日)

一、招收人数:

2015年招生总人数的50%-80%,含法律硕士&J.D. (非法学)和法律硕士&J.D. (法学),其中从2014年开始法律硕士&J.D. (法学)培养为3年。(招生总人数见招生简章通知)

 

二、基本条件:

  1. 拥护中国共产党的领导,愿为社会主义现代化建设服务,品德良好,遵纪守法;
  2. 获得所在学校推荐免试资格的全国重点大学优秀应届本科毕业生,专业不限;英语能力高,能适应全英文授课;对美国法律及跨国法律研究学习有浓厚兴趣,有志于从事涉外经济法律实务工作。

注:最终招考情况以我院2015年招生简章为准。

 

三、申请材料:

  1. 北京大学2015年接收推荐免试攻读研究生申请表2份(下载网址:http://grs.pku.edu.cn/zsxx/sszs/tjms/);
  2. 北京大学2015年接收推荐免试攻读研究生个人陈述2份(中英文各2份)(下载网址:http://grs.pku.edu.cn/zsxx/sszs/tjms/);
  3. 北京大学2015年接收推荐免试攻读研究生专家推荐信3封(中英文皆可),即需要3位专家分别推荐,且密封并在封口骑缝处签字(下载网址:http://grs.pku.edu.cn/zsxx/sszs/tjms/);
  4. 个人简历1份;(中英文各1份)
  5. 本科阶段成绩单1份(中英文各1份),加盖学校教务处公章后,装入自备信封密封,并在封口骑缝处加盖教务处公章;
  6. 提供国家英语四、六级考试成绩、或TOEFL成绩、或GRE成绩等体现自身英语水平的证明1份;
  7. 申请免试攻读我校硕士研究生,须由所在学校提供推荐指标,并由其教务处提供申请人获得学校推荐免试资格的证明信,须加盖教务处公章;
  8. 通过北京大学推荐免试研究生网上申报系统打印的《北京大学2015年接收推荐免试攻读研究生申请信息表》1份;
  9. 其他证明材料(如已发表论文的复印件、获奖证书复印件等)。

 

四、申请方法:

1、专业目录

申请者请访问北京大学研究生院网站(网址:http://grs.pku.edu.cn),查阅招生专业目录。

2、北大网上申报

2014年9月7日,北京大学开通北京大学2015年推荐免试研究生网上申报系统(网址:http://yjsy.pku.edu.cn/tjms/)。9月18日前,申请者须登录该系统提交本人的基本信息并打印申请信息表。具体安排请见网站的有关通知。网上提交基本信息的时候请注意申请北京大学国际法学院法律硕士(法学)和法律硕士(非法学)学生,院系选择需选报“深圳研究生院”(代码047)。

3、申请材料

2014年9月18日前,申请者将填好的全部申请材料(统一使用A4纸)装入自备的信封,直接寄(送)达至 深圳市南山区西丽大学城北大校区B103招生办公室 张老师 邮编:518055(以材料送达的时间为准,不以邮戳为准);北大本部的同学可于9月17日前将材料直接送到北京大学本部红三楼3112房间。申请材料中,正式成绩单以及具有母校推荐免试资格的证明信(如确有困难)可延至2014年10月上旬补交。全部申请材料一经收到,恕不退还。

4、教育部推免服务系统报名

申请者还应按照教育部等相关部门的要求,登录“全国推荐优秀应届本科毕业生免试攻读研究生信息公开暨管理服务系统”(以下简称“推免服务系统”,网址:http://yz.chsi.com.cn/tm),在系统中注册和填写基本信息,完成网上报名、网上缴费、接受复试确认和待录取确认等环节。

5. 申请材料由国际法学院招生委员会负责进行初选,确定复试名单。申请人必须保证提交的申请表和其它全部申请材料的真实性和准确性。

6. 我院将在复试结束后对拟初取免试研究生张榜公示,如果申请人提交的信息不真实或不准确,我校将取消申请人免试资格。

 

五、复试

1. 我院将电话或邮件通知学生参加复试,复试为全英文面试,具体时间另行通知(暂定9月23及24日),地点在北京大学校本部(另通知)。

2. 我院将通过教育部推免服务系统发送待录取通知,申请者须于规定时间内确认待录取,规定时间内未确认者视为放弃。

3、北京大学不再向接收的免试推荐研究生(含硕士生和直博生)发放纸质版接收函。

4、2014年10月25日前,推免生可登录院系网站或研究生院硕士招生的录取信息网页查询待录取公示名单。若对复试结果或待录取名单有疑问,可于公示期内向院系提出。

 

六、资格复审及录取

在发出录取通知书之前,将对获得初取资格的免试生,按以下要求进行资格复审,通过者方可被录取,未通过者,将被取消录取资格,由学生所在学校本科教务部门按本科学籍管理规定办理相应手续。

  1. 完成本科培养方案规定的所有课程及实践环节(含毕业论文或实习)的学分要求;
  2. 毕业论文或实习成绩应在“良”以上;
  3. 取得初取资格后,本科必修、限选及公选课程不得出现不及格;
  4. 自取得初取资格至入学报到之日未受过任何处分。

 

七、LSAT-STL考试

所有被我院预录取的推免学生都必须参加2015年3月我院组织的LSAT-STL考试,具体考试时间、地点及报名方法另行通知。

 

八、学费及奖学金。

学费标准为每学年6万元人民币,法律硕士&J.D. (非法学)四年和法律硕士&J.D. (法学)三年。

 

九、奖学金和商业助学贷款

学院设置两级入学奖学金,部分奖学金评定将在完成推免录取之后确定:

一等奖奖金为四年共6万元人民币,获奖比例为学生总数的5%;

二等奖奖金为四年共3万元人民币,获奖比例为学生总数的20%。

奖学金主要由学生的学习背景材料及LSAT考试成绩评定,具体评定细则及发放办法另行通知。

除此之外,每名同学每年将享受6000元研究生补助,四年共2.4万元。

家庭经济困难的学生,可在完成新生入学报到注册手续、取得学籍后申请国家及商业助学贷款,每年最高贷款额度为当年学费的70%,还可申请相关助学金。

 

十、其他事项

若在2015招生年度国家出台新的研究生招生政策,我院将根据学校有关通知做相应调整并及时予以公布。。

 

十一、联系方式

电话:0755-26035325

咨询时间:周一至周五8:00am-12:00pm, 13:30pm-17:30pm

地址:深圳市南山区西丽大学城北京大学深圳研究生院B栋103 室 张老师

(邮编:518055)

 

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STL 1L Orientation

Welcome to STL!

Below is a quick overview of scheduled Orientation Events.
Microsoft Word - STL 1L Orientation Schedule (2014)-Final.doc

Microsoft Word - STL 1L Orientation Schedule (2014)-Final.doc

You can find a more detailed agenda here.

Please note that attendance in all Orientation Events is Mandatory.
Good luck and we wish you all the best for the upcoming year!

2014 SHP Roadshow Agenda*

Time Venue
19:00-21:00, April 15 Shandong University山东大学中心校区知新楼B603
19:00-21:00, April 17 Tongji University同济大学四平路校区综合楼1305
19:00-21:00, April 18 Zhejiang University浙江大学紫金港校区农生环组团A座117
19:00-21:00, April 23 Sun Yat-sen University中山大学大学城校区法学院楼一楼A113
19:00-21:00, May 27 Sichuan University四川大学望江校区基础教学楼C座C101教室
19:00-21:00, May 28 Southwest University of Political Science & Law西南政法大学(取消)
19:00-21:00, May 29 Xi’an Jiaotong University西安交通大学东校区 主楼A105
19:00-21:00, May 30 Wuhan University武汉大学法学院209会议室

*Note: This agenda will continuously be updated. Please check it often for more cities and dates.

STL’s First Annual Public Interest Auction

The STL Public Interest Auction is an annual fundraiser to support various public interest law events and Summer Internship Grants at Peking University School of Transnational Law. The Summer Internship Grants helps subsidize STL students who choose to devote their summers to public interest work. Money is raised through ticket sales and through winning bids on the auction items available.

The auction is a tremendous undertaking that takes place with generous support from the School of Transnational Law’s administration, faculty, staff, students, and alumni, local and regional businesses, the PILF board and the greater Peking University community.

STL’s First Annual Public Interest Auction
Saturday, April 19, 2014

Moot Court Room, Building B
Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School

Silent auction begins at 7 p.m.
Live auction begins at 8 p.m.

Tickets include open bar and buffet.

Public Lecture: The Relationship Between Public Courts and Private Arbitration: Complementary or Competitive? By Judge D. Brooks Smith and Professor Jack Coe

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Lecture details

Thursday, April 3, 2014
4:30pm – 6:00pm
C303, PKU Shenzhen

D. Brooks Smith has been a federal judge for more than 25 years. He serves as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, having been appointed to that court in September of 2002. Prior to his elevation to the Third Circuit, Judge Smith was the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. He joined the District Court in November of 1988, and in his first years of service, supervised the opening of both a temporary court facility in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and the permanent District Court quarters that are in use today. Judge Smith was the managing partner in the law firm of Jubelirer, Carothers, Krier, Halpern and Smith in Altoona, Pennsylvania in the early 1980s. He served as District Attorney of Blair County, Pennsylvania from 1983-84, and later became a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of that County. Judge Smith is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College and Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law. He is an adjunct professor at Penn State Law where he teaches a course on class actions, and was named an Alumni Fellow in 2011. He has served as a trustee of both Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania, and Mount Aloysius College. Mount Aloysius conferred an honorary doctorate upon Judge Smith in 2012.

A specialist in private international law, Professor Jack Coe’s training includes advanced studies in Europe. He received his LL.M. at Exeter, where he was a Rotary International Graduate Fellow, and holds the Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law, and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He clerked for the Honorable Richard C. Allison at the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, the Hague, and now consults with governments and multinational corporations in relation to commercial and direct investment disputes under the NAFTA and Bilateral Investment Treaties. Professor Coe, a regular speaker in Europe, Latin America, and Asia, has helped organize numerous conferences and programs related to international dispute resolution. He has taught in international programs for Notre Dame and University of San Diego Law Schools. He has authored numerous articles on arbitration, private international law, and related topics and authored the books Protecting Against the Expropriation Risk in Investing Abroad (co-authored with R.C. Allison) (1993), International Commercial Arbitration-American Principles and Practice in a Global Context (1997), and NAFTA Chapter 11 Reports (ed., with Brower and Dodge) (2006). Professor Coe is an elected member of the American Law Institute, and an associate reporter for the Restatement (Third) on the Law of International Commercial Arbitration. He is a fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and is admitted to practice in California and Washington. He has been chair of the Disputes Division of the ABA International Law Section, and chairs the Academic Council of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration. Professor Coe has argued international arbitral claims under NAFTA, and has for several years been admitted to the panel of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (AAA).

Public Lecture: Professor Seth Chertok presents “The Rise of Dodd Frank”

Lecture Details

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
4:15pm-5:45pm
C302, PKU Shenzhen

In response to the financial crisis of 2008, the Dodd-Frank was enacted as a sweeping U.S. financial legislation to prevent against systemic risks, which, however, posed over-regulation dangers on private equity real estate (“PERE”). Prof. Chertok examined private equity real estate along three axes of systemic risk contributors, and compared private equity real estate funds to hedge funds. To assist private equity real estate advisers with their new paths through the regulatory landscape, Prof. Chertok provided a complex compliance framework that could potentially help them restructure their funds to minimize the impact of the Dodd-Frank on their compliance burdens. Prof. Chertok argued that recognitions of these new compliance paths and limiting the application of the Volcker Rule would increase transactional certainty for private equity real estate, foster their freedom of choice to select the best regulatory paths, and most importantly, avoid the dangers of over-regulation for private equity real estate.

Professor Chertok is a scholar of corporate law, securities law, private equity and investment management law. Professor Chertok has published articles on a wide variety of topics in these area in academic journals, as well as in over forty leading industry trade publications. Recently, he has focused his research on the impact of Title IV of the Dodd-Frank Act and related SEC rules on investment advisers.

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