According to Dean Zhang Shouwen, PKU’s Global Faculty features top legal scholars who were recruited from around the world to share their ideas, research, and experiences with Chinese scholars and students, and to advise the school on its internationalization efforts.
The members of the Global Faculty are internationally recognized scholars representing a diverse set of scholarly interests and institutions of higher learning, including the law schools at Yale, Columbia, Stanford, Berkeley, Oxford, Georgetown, Tokyo, and Melbourne.
“I am excited by the prospects for collaboration and scholarly exchange with students and faculty at PKU,” Miller said. “I feel privileged to have been appointed to the Global Faculty.”
Miller also serves as associate dean for international and graduate programs at Notre Dame Law School. In that role, he oversees the Notre Dame London Law Program, six student exchange programs, as well as the Law School’s post-J.D. graduate programs for LL.M. and J.S.D. students.
Peking University Law School is one of six law schools outside the United States that have exchange programs with Notre Dame Law School.