On the evening of March 19, 2014, Professor William Fox of the Pennsylvania State University School of Lawwas a guest at the Beijing Normal University Law School and gave lectures to students from both schools. The topic is "The Role of Cost-Benefit Analysis in US Administrative Law." Stephen Barnes, professor at Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University, Wang Xiumei, director of the International Exchange and Cooperation Division of Beijing Normal University, and Associate Professor Zhang Hong, deputy dean of the School of Law attended the lecture.
Professor Fox is a LL.M LL.M from Harvard Law School and JD from the Catholic School of Law at the American Catholic University. He is an accomplished scholar with more than 35 years of practice as a lawyer and a professor of law. He is a tenured professor at the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of Washington in the United States. At Columbus Law School, he served as the deputy dean for academic affairs and then served as dean from 2003 to 2005. Professor Fox is a member of the Law School of Columbia and New Mexico and a member of the US Supreme Court.
Professor Fox first showed his extraordinary academic experience through the photos, and then introduced the theme of the lecture, and explained in detail what is the cost-benefit analysis method and the general application of cost-benefit analysis methods in various fields, and then highlighted How the cost-benefit analysis method is applied in administrative law and plays an important role.
After the explanation, the students enthusiastically spoke and raised their own questions, and conducted in-depth discussions with Professor Fox. After the lecture, Associate Professor Zhang Hong gave a wonderful summary and comment on the lecture, and presented gifts to Prof. Fox on behalf of the Law School.