The Center for Korean Legal Studies

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The Columbia Law School’s Center for Korean Legal Studies is the only center devoted entirely to the study of both the South and North Korean legal systems. The Center has dedicated itself to building the most comprehensive depository of Korean legal materials outside the Koreas. The Center has also created the Korean Language and Cultural Exchange Program, which matches visiting Korean scholars with law students mutually interested in improving their English/Korean language skills. Other noteworthy programs offered by the Center are the Korean Law Forum, the Annual Trade Law Seminar, and the Visiting Scholars program.

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Contact: Columbia University School of Law, Center for Korean Legal Studies, Mail Code: 4024, Box A-19, 435 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10027, PHONE: (212) 854-5759, FAX: (212) 854-4980

About: With the establishment of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, Columbia Law School became the first American law school to have a center dedicated to the study of Korean law.

The Center for Korean Legal Studies, directed by Jeong-Ho Roh, was established at Columbia Law School in 1994 with grants from Hankook Tire Group and the Korea Foundation. The Center serves as the focal point of research and teaching on Korean law and the Korean legal system.

The Center draws students, scholars, judges, and other academics to research and discuss a broad range of issues, such as replacing the 1953 armistice agreement with a permanent peace treaty, addressing North Korea’s current nuclear capabilities, and guiding the economic growth of South Korea …

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