Thomas Jefferson School of Law Welcomes Professor Kuan Hsi Wang from China
February 25, 2013
Professor Kuan Hsi Wang, is teaching at Thomas Jefferson School of Law from February 4 to March 14 as a Visiting Professor from Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School.
“It is my honor to teach here,” said Professor Wang. “According to my experience, the colleagues are very friendly and helpful, and all of my students arevery diligent and outstanding. San Diego is a very beautiful city and TJSL is a very good law school.”
Professor Wang will work closely with Professor Susan Tiefenbrun during his time here at TJSL.
“Professor Wang is a good friend and an esteemed colleague with whom I have worked closely for the past six years in our China Study Abroad Program that I created seven years ago for TJSL,” said Professor Tiefenbrun. “Professor Wang is the Vice Dean at the Zhejiang University Guanghua School of Law in Hangzhou and he is one of the four Chinese professors who teaches a course in Chinese Legal Reform in that program. Professor Wang is a strong supporter of our China Study Abroad Program in Hangzhou. He andI often speak about the differences between China and the U.S. especially our two very different legal systems. It is a pleasure to work with him both here and in China.”
Professor Wang has 10 years of experience teaching Chinese Property Law, Tort Law, and the Sociology of Law in China.
“I was invited by Dean Hasl to give an intensive course at TJSL.,” said Professor Wang. “Certainly, Professor Susan Tiefenbrun is the key person who works out the whole program. Without her excellent work, we can’t make it.”
Professor Wang is teaching a new course here at TJSL on the evolution of the Chinese legal system.