Student, Peking University School of Transnational Law
Wu Dan is a third year student in Peking University School of Transnational Law (STL). She was born and brought up in Yueyang, China where she enjoyed a beautiful childhood.
Dan graduated from National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) in 2008 with a major in Computer Science and Technology. It was a memorable experience for her to study in NUDT. She still remembers what her mentor told her in her first class: the most important thing in college is to learn how to become a good person and one of the essential characteristics of a good person is “responsibility.”
After a great four years in College, Dan came to STL to start a new chapter of her life. Studying is STL has been an amazing journey for her. American law school, Socratic method, numerous Latin words: all of these were new to her. Her first case brief, first public presentation in Contract class, first moot court experience, first Dean’s Citation: she feels she has begun to learn to think like a lawyer. Attending Justice Kennedy’s lecture, internship in a Chinese law firm, Halloween parties with students and faculties, winning the Championship of table tennis: she enjoys the colorful life at STL.