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Yonsei joining elite study body

Yonsei University will become the first Korean school to join the Center for Transnational Legal Studies, the world’s first international law studies center. CTLS, founded in London in 2008, started as a joint venture between 10 leading law schools from around the globe, including Georgetown University, King’s College London, and the National University of Singapore.

Yonsei said yesterday it will sign an agreement for affiliation with CTLS tomorrow.

Each member university of CTLS, including Yonsei, contributes both faculty and students to the center. Yonsei said that beginning with the fall semester, it will send two students each year and increase this number to three or four in the near future.


By Cho Jae-eun [jainnie@joongang.co.kr]

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