USALI Affiliated Scholar Teaches at Columbia

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On August 24, Aaron Halegua, a Research Fellow at USALI, taught a class at Columbia University introducing U.S. labor and employment law to a group of over 30 law students from China. The content of the course drew upon some of the Institute’s work on anti-discrimination law and labor law in China. The study program was organized by the American International Education & Exchange Center (AiEEC), which is housed at Columbia University, and the students came from top Chinese law schools in Beijing, Shanghai, Zhejiang, and Hong Kong. As part of the two week program, they were taught about various aspects of U.S. law by a range of American legal academics.