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Our international partners are among the top 200 best schools and universities in the world (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Cornell University, University of Oregon, China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Tsinghua University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Korea University, Kyung Hee University, Waseda University, Osaka University, Tokai University, Korea Legislation Research Institute and others), and among our honorary doctors of law there are the world's leading lawyers (Francis Wang, President of the International Association of Law Schools), as well as prominent political figures (Seok Hyun Hong, Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Republic of Korea in the United States).
Among the most effective approaches, there are international videoconference classes, mutual international recognition of diplomas and academic credits, exchange of research and legislative information, hosting and visiting international forums, inviting prominent international faculty, intercultural communication, and analysis of global best practices in teaching and administrative reforms of legal education.
On the base of FEFU School of Law is held the International Pacific Law Forum, which annually gathers leading international legal experts, heads of executive and legislative bodies, representatives of judicial system and arbitration. In 2019 the Forum “The Role of Law in the Development of Integration Processes in the Asia-Pacific Rim: Modern Trends and Challenges” was devoted to the legal status of the Arctic and the coastal maritime territories, to the meaning and strategies of the Belt and Road, to the transformation of the legal theory and legal education under the conditions of the fourth industrial revolution, as well as to the issues related to the cybercrime, to the development of state-legal institutions in the era of information society and digital economy and to the issues of social protection. Representatives of around 20 countries attended the Forum.