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Graduation Speech by JD/JM Student CHEN Xi

CHEN Xi, JD/JM graduate of the STL graduating class of 2022. She is a 2022 Outstanding Graduate of Beijing Ordinary Colleges and Universities and an Outstanding Graduate of Peking University. During her four years at STL, she won the National Scholarship and the Merit Student of Peking University. She had four governmental internship experiences before, such as the Supreme People’s Court, the General Office of the CPC Municipal Committee of Taiyuan City, and the Information Center of the Develop

Graduation Speech by JD/JM Student XUE Zeyu

XUE Zeyu, JD/JM graduate of the STL graduating class of 2022. After graduation from STL, she will be joining Jingtian & Gongcheng Law Firm as a legal assistant based in Beijing, where she will focus her practice on general corporate, including initial public offerings (IPO) in Hong Kong and financing. She had four internship experiences in law firms before, such as Fangda Partners (Beijing), Zhong Lun Law Firm (Shenzhen) and so on. Through the 4-year studies at Peking University, she won P

Graduation Speech by LL.M. Student Natália Sabova

Natália Sabova, from Slovakia, a LLM student from class of 2022. She started her academic career in the Netherlands studying international law. She discovered her love for China and Chinese culture during her exchange where she visited Beijing. After that, she kept coming back and ultimately her ways landed her to PKU STL fulfilling her dream of studying in one of the best universities in China.

STL Moot Team Ranked No. 7 in the International Rounds of the 15th Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court...

STL Moot Team comprised four students from STL: Duan Dehao’2020, Huang Shichen’2020, Xia Zhengtong’2020, and Wang Yi’2019. The team was supervised by their coach, Senior C.V. Starr Lecturer and Director of Moot Court Competition Qiu Xiaoya, and Jiang Dongyuan’2018.

STL LL.M. Student Awarded 2020 PKU International Students Academic Award

The review of the Peking University Academic Award for 2020 ended last November and Chinwekele Alli, an LL.M. graduate from STL, was recognized as one of its recipients. The award was accorded to a total of 41 PKU students, 10 of whom are master students. Chinwe was one of the two Shenzhen Graduate School students who received the award. PKU International Students Academic Award is offered by P...

STL Student Won the Championship of PKU 16th “Top Ten Speech Contest”

On November 29th 2019, the 16th “Top Ten Speech” Peking University finals were held in Beijing. Since this year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the theme of this competition was “My country, My people”. It was co-organized by the Communist Youth League Peking University Committee and the Peking University Graduate Union. STL 1L student Wang Chenyu stood out in the competition and won the championship after three rounds of speeches. This is the

STL Prevails in Vis Pre-Moot Beijing and Guangzhou Tournament

From March 16-17, STL earned the second place in the Beijing Pre-Moot for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. For individual prizes, Huang Shaowen won the Best Oralist in semi-finals and Zhang Fengming won the Best Oralist in the finals.

STL Performed Strongly in Recent Moots

The team, formed of four 2L students, Cheng Jinghui, Huang Mingyu, Wang Yueying and Zhang Huanglan and coached by STL C.V. Starr Lecturer Louis Zhou, won the Team Tier One Award, Best Advocate (Zhang Huanglan) and Advocacy Award of Merit (Wang Yueying).

STL Public Interest Advocacy Clinic Visited Myanmar

Guided by Associate Clinical Professor Nicholas Frayn, STL’s Public Interest Advocacy Clinic visited Myanmar to explore public interest legal issues in February 2019.

STL Holds 2018 Intramural Moot Court

STL students had the opportunity to test their advocacy skills in competition this month through the 2018 STL Intramural Moot Court Competition. STL students were invited to join the competition by submitting an argument on behalf of one side in a fictional U.S. Supreme Court case.