The University of Kansas School of Law regularly serves as host to visiting scholars from overseas. The program aims to provide an opportunity for professors, practitioners and graduate students from other countries to enrich their own experience and the KU Law community in a way that can lead to a long-term mutually beneficial relationship between the scholar and KU Law faculty and students. Learn more about the program and application process.
Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Khamis Alzaabi will be conducting research on the topic, “Anti-Dumping in the UAE and its Compatibility with the WTO Rules.”
Qiongdi Chen studies patent technologies and strategies in clean technology. Her research at KU Law explores how patent policies affect clean technological innovation and examines the patent strategies used by clean technology enterprises.
Doğan Durna analyzes agricultural biotechnology policy and law in Turkey. His research explores international biotechnnological inventions and plant varieties and their application in the Turkish agricultural sector.
Water law scholar Xiu "Monica" Huang conducts research for her doctoral dissertation, "Sino-China Comparative Study on the Legal Issues of Water Resources Allocation and Usage in the Coastal Areas of the Inter-Basin Water Transfer."
Ali Nawaz Khan researches institutional arbitration in Pakistan. His current research evaluates the role that institutional arbitration plays in settling international disputes between investors and states.
Dr. Shashi Kumar conducts empirical research on human rights violations against marginalized people. He explores globalization and human rights and their impact on marginalized people in India.
Liting Li studies intellectual property law and its impact on economic development. Her research at KU Law includes advanced intellectual property law and theory, social science research methods, and comparative intellectual property law research.
Bakht Munir studies the link between constitutionalism, Islam, and judicial autonomy in Pakistan. His research explores how the judiciary has been used to justify military action and the role it plays in bringing stability to Pakistani democracy.
Haiming Qi studies legal issues pertaining to the protection of natural resources. Her work at KU Law focuses on natural resources property and liability arrangements, U.S. natural resources protection, and natural resources damage and compensation.