Ali Altintas (Turkey)
Administration of justice
Jongsun Choi (Korea)
United States Patent Trial Practices
Ricardo Dias (Brazil)
A Comparative and Empirical Perspective of the Brazilian and North American Criminal Procedure
Deming Haung (China)
International Legal Protection of Overseas Interest and State Interests Abroad
Jianxin Hu (China)
Zhi Li (China)
Study of Sport Autonomy and Sports Dispute Settlement Mechanisms
Rubi Lin (China)
Criminal and Police Law
Cesar Mata Garcia (Venezuela)
A Comparative Legal Framework between American (Texas) and Venezuelan Hydrocarbon Law
Daniela Moyses (Brazil)
A Comparative and Empirical Perspective of Brazilian and North American Criminal Procedure
Aliz Nagyvaradi (Hungary)
Children's Rights Regulation and Legislation in the U.S.
Jiang Rong (China)
Copyright Collective Management System from a Comparative Perspective
Qing Shang (China)
Study on the Legal System and Practice of Agricultural Trade Promotion in the United States
Min Yin (China)
Regional Trade Agreements: Comparing American and European Cross-Regional Trade Agreement
Chunmin Yu (China)
The Protection of the Financial Consumer
Each year the University of Houston Law Center hosts visiting foreign scholars to help them continue their legal research in Houston. Since 2008, the school has welcomed more than 56 scholars from 19 countries – with interest and applications increasing each year.
Most visiting scholars are funded by their university, home government, or through organizations such as Fulbright International. When possible, scholars should plan to begin their visit in August or January. Visitors may apply at any time, but should allow a minimum of two months for the University of Houston to process paperwork and issue visa documents.
Here’s how to apply:
The Law Center is unable to accommodate additional Visiting Scholars for the current year. Scholars interested in visiting the Law Center should email a request to email@example.com after January 1, 2018.
The school provides shared office space, and access to the law library and Internet. Visiting scholars may, with approval, audit a class when the time of their visit coincides with the beginning of a semester. The Law Center may be unable to accommodate all requests.