Legal educators helping future attorneys prepare for 21st century careers are certainly concerned with the influence of technology on the practice of law. But increasingly, legal technology education and research often comes from the United States and isn’t likely to help international law students keep pace.

Peking University Law School is looking to change that. The elite Chinese law school will partner with cloud-based analytics platform Gridsum to introduce a new research center focused on examining potential applications of artificial intelligence (AI) within China’s legal system.

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