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Handong International Law School Dean Visits Regent Law School

By August 11, 2015Special Events
By Center Administrative Director Ernie Walton

Ernie Walton (L) and Dean Eric Enlow (R)
Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting Dean Eric Enlow of Handong International Law School (HILS). HILS is based in Pohang, Korea and provides an American-style JD program for students from all over the world. Regent Law and HILS have a great partnership, working together in various capacities.

One such collaborative endeavor is through the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law.  Every year, the Center provides grants to a number of HILS students who secure internships with human rights organizations. Past interns have served in Cambodia, Malaysia, and Pakistan, and work on issues like protecting persecuted believers, combating sex trafficking, reforming corrupt judicial systems, and securing asylum for refugees. Dean Enlow and I discussed additional ways in which the Center and HILS might be able to partner together.

We are excited for these opportunities and look forward to what God will do in the future.