Global and trasnational law schools

The National Law Journal recently wrote about a new Chinese law school applying for ABA accreditation.  The Peking University of Transnational Law (Shenzhen campus)  will offer a three year course of study mainly in American law taught in English.  Additional information about the school, in English and Chinese, is available at:

Asia is home to other experiments in global legal education : Handong Global University International Law School (Korea)  and O.P. Jindal Global University Law School (Haryana, India)    It appears these schools will teach local students, but employ faculty and staff from various countries.  The promotional literature for the Jindal Law School also states that they plan to raise $12 million for the library.  Here’s hoping that these transnational law schools presage an era of global law library collaborations.