The China Center is the primary home for activities related to China at the Law School. The cornerstone of these activities is The China Law Center, which designs and implements cooperative reform projects in key areas of Chinese law and policy. We work with Chinese experts in such fields as criminal justice, administrative law, regulatory reform, public interest law, and transparency. In recent years The China Center has expanded its work to issues of U.S.-China relations more generally and sponsors a Track II Dialogue on U.S.-China relations. Come hear about projects available for Student Fellows, opportunities to get involved in our various projects, ways to meet and work with our visiting scholars, and how to find summer jobs to work in China.