On January 14, 2018, 12 students from the Law School of Beijing Normal University, under the leadership of Ma Jianyin, went to Griffith University in Australia for a period of nearly half a month.
In the study of the Griffith University Law School, the students studied the common law, international human rights law, tort law, criminal law, criminal procedure law and other courses according to the arrangement of the project. Whether in the classroom or during the class, students can ask questions in the classroom and communicate with teachers and classmates. The classroom atmosphere is very active. Not only did the students gain a deeper understanding of the establishment and development of the Australian legal system, but also improved their ability to speak English.
In addition to the study in the classroom, the students went to the courts in Brisbane to study. In the court, the students visited the judge's daily office under the leadership of the judge and learned the working procedures of the judges on weekdays. At the same time, the students also visited the courts with different trial functions in the court, and were fortunate enough to be allowed to enter the courts that are undergoing trials. Combined with what they learned in the classroom, the students have further experience in the trial process and methods in Australia. Understand and be more impressed with the organizational structure of Australian legal institutions.
At the same time, the students visited and studied at local law firms. In the law firm, the partner of the law firm first introduced the establishment and development of the law firm to the students, and then the intern of the law firm introduced the students their experiences during the internship here. reward. This has great learning value for the students in the future internship and entry.
In addition, the students also visited the legal center of the Gold Coast. In the communication with the staff of the legal center, they learned about the nature and function of the legal center, as well as the problems and solutions encountered in the daily work of the staff of the legal center. These experience sharing will be very helpful for the students to engage in legal related work in the future.
In just half a month of study, the students have a deeper understanding and study of Australian law-related knowledge, and their English writing and speaking skills have been improved, broadening the perspective and vision of learning. Between teachers and students, students from strangers to familiarity, formed a profound friendship. Everyone learns together in joy, and constantly harvests, progresses, and grows in learning.