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Resident Legal Counsel to US Embassy in Beijing Addresses LL.M. Students

IMG_9289Kyle Latimer, resident legal counsel to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, addressed the Beijing LL.M. students on Wednesday, August 28. Latimer spoke on the Sino-U.S. Mutual Legal Assistance Agreement, providing an overview of how the two countries work together on legal matters. He also discussed the Bank of China Kaiping branch case, in which the Chinese and U.S. governments cooperated to convict three ex-officials of the bank who embezzled funds and moved to the United States. Based on his direct participation in this case, he answered the students' questions about international collaboration in criminal affairs as well as details on U.S. criminal procedure law.

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