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Dear Phi, Aki (and R),
I followed you both here from 3 of my Twitters - https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch and Languages-World Univ: https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod and https://twitter.com/HarbinBook. Is this your correct Twitter, Aki?
Here's the beginning law school (in English) -
And, as examples, and templates, here are other online:
Law Schools at World University and School (planned in main languages in them)
Afghanistan Law School at WUaS:
Brazil Law School at WUaS:
China Law School at WUaS:
Egypt Law School at WUaS:
India Law School at WUaS:
Jamaica Law School at WUaS:
Mexico Law School at WUaS:
World University Law School:
All of these will emerge in our new wiki here - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Nation_States - with Wikidata/Wikibase in 299 languages+ as "back end" structured knowledge database.
And Stanford has between 5-10 international law projects - Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, Iraq and Rwanda, and I think there might be law projects in Mexico and Brail, too (so, the Afghanistan Legal Education Project, Bhutan Law and Policy Project, The China Project, Iraq Legal Education Initiative, Rwanda Legal Development Project, Timor-Leste Legal Education Project)
... https://law.stanford.edu/areas_of_interest/international-comparative-law/#slsnav-programs-and-centers - which WUaS would love to explore "HOUSING" in our online WUaS Law Schools, in which we'd like to offer online CC-4 MIT OpenCourseWare-like law degrees, in these countries' official and main languages.
If any of you are interested next week, there's a law school event happening at 5:45 pm next Monday -
Litigating Free Speech on Campus
A Constitutional Conversation with Harmeet K. Dhillon
Monday, February 12, 2018 at Stanford Law School, Room 190