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Updated: August 20, 2021


The predecessor of the Law School of Beijing Foreign Studies University was the Department of Law of the School of English and International Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University, which began enrollment in September 2001. The School of Law was formally established in September 2006.

The school has various research centers. They include the Center for Working Mechanisms of the National People's Congress and Comparative Law Research, the Center for International Dispute Resolution Research, the Center for Anglo-American Law Research, the Center for Intellectual Property Research, the Center for Education Law Research, the Center for International Integrity and Rule of Law Research, the Center for Sino-Africa Law Research, and the Center for Personal Bankruptcy Law Research.

As of December 31, 2020, there were 26 faculty members in the school, including 23 full-time law teachers, two teaching assistants, and one full-time counselor. Among the full-time law teachers, there are three professors, 12 associate professors, and eight lecturers. Twenty-three of the faculty members have a doctorate in law, and all of them have studied in British or American law schools. Two foreign experts are also employed.

The school offers first-level master’s courses in law theory, constitutional and administrative law, criminal law, civil and commercial law, and international law. Since 2016, it has been offering doctoral courses in international and regional legal systems and in 2019 it began to enroll Master's of Law students. 

Tel: 010-88814525   Email: law@bfsu.edu.cn