On the morning of December 18th, under the leadership of Su Mingyue, the international students and domestic students of the two schools of law and science, the eight men and the men and women took the car to the People’s Court of Fengtai District. The visit to the Fengtai District People's Court was a practical course content of Chinese Law and Legal Culture in the English School of Law School. It is a little exciting for the students to visit the Chinese court for the first time. In this way, whispering all the way from Beijing Normal University to Fengtai.
The Fengtai District People’s Court was filled with private cars outside. In a quiet and solemn atmosphere, there were people who were hurrying from time to time with documents and files. The teachers and students of the Faculty of Law and School entered the main hall after taking a group photo and taking photos in front of the main entrance. On the huge LED display at the door, the number of cases closed by the judges and the types of cases handled by the Fengtai District Court this year are publicly available. When he was lamenting that the judge’s work intensity was great, Judge Li came to receive us. She first took the Faculty and Faculty of the two schools to visit the Foreign Affairs Court and briefly introduced the general situation of the Fengtai District Court in English. Subsequently, President Wang of the Juvenile Court came to bring the teachers and students of the two schools of law to visit the juvenile civil court and criminal court, explained some basic equipment and devices in the court, and answered the people’s jurors, juvenile justice procedures and courts. Some problems with working conditions. Finally, Judges Li and Wang Ting, the teachers and students of the two schools of law, took a group photo and thanked them for their warm reception during our busy schedule.
This visit is a perfect ending to the Chinese Law and Legal Culture course of the law school English program. It is also a pioneering vision for students. Through field visits, students, especially law school students, have gained a deeper understanding of the Chinese courts and some of their trial procedures.