Already formally established as a joint project of KKU-FISS and YDB Law in Mandalay, Center operations have been delayed due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
CMLC supports research by Myanmar scholars and students investigating the administrative legal systems of other countries, and how tested methods in administrative law can be applied to Myanmar in the future. CMLC's Administrative Law in Myanmar initiative currently includes our support for two Myanmar law students pursuing LL.M degrees at KKU-FISS, researching various aspects of administrative law. Hope is that upon graduation, these students will join the research team at the new academic Center at YDB Law.
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LLM Degree Students, Nyein Yadanar San (L) and Mya Sandi Khin (R) along the Mekong River with Dean Dr. Apirat Petchsiri, Faculty of Integrated Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Nongkhai Campus, Thailand.
LLM Degree Student Mya Sandi Khin in the Graduate Students Study Center at the Faculty of Integrated Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Nongkhai Campus
LLM Degree Student Nyein Yadanar San attends the Workshop on Establishing An Agriculture Law Studies Program: Training Lawyers to Represent Rural Communities at the Faculty of Integrated Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Nongkhai Campus (December 9-10, 2019).