History of the Department of Law

Department of Law, University of Myitkyina was established in 1998. The undergraduate legal program was started from 1999-2000 Academic year. In December 2004, the first batch LL.B (Bachelor of Law) has been conferred at the fourth convocation ceremony of the University of Myitkyina. Professor, Associate Professor, Lecturer, Assistant Lecturer and Tutor have been appointed. In 2016, two Lecturers and two assistant lecturers of Department of Law, University of Myitkyina were sent to attend the PhD Program at Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL), Chongqing, China. Master Program has been begun in 2017-2018 Academic year.

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       Mission

Department of Law determines to implement the various mission.

  • Teaching and Learning Progress
    Implementation of the excellent legal education for future generation.Combination of innovative teaching, approach, co-operative learning and teaching environment.Graduated person has obtained knowledge, skill and value to provide their client
  • Scholarship
    Department of Law is implementing to join the local and foreign scholarship program
  • Service
    Teachers, staff and students of Law Department must assist to promote the strength, justice and power of legal system by various ways.

       Vision

  • Department of Law, University of Myitkyina promises to promote and grasp not only educational achievement but also practical research skill.

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Administration

Dr. Nan Thet Mon
Head of Department of Law
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Email : nanthetmon46@gmail.com 

Education and qualification
  • LL.B, Yangon University of Distance Education
  • LL.M, University of Mandalay
  • Ph.D, University of Mandalay
Professional Experience
Sr No.NameDesignationDuty
1Dr. Wah Wah TunProfessor (Head)Chairman
2Dr. Nan Thet MonProfessorVice-Chairman
3Daw N Tap Lu JaLecturerMember
4Daw Khin Mar LwinLecturerMember
5Daw Ja Mai AunAssistant LecturerMember
6Dr. Dawt Nei IangAssistant LecturerMember
7Daw Esther Hkaw NamAssistant LecturerMember
8Daw Mun RaTutorMember
9Ma Mai Ra4Law-14Member
10Mg Hkun Htoi Aung1Law-35Member
11Mg Bawn Khaw3Law-17Member
12Mg Wai Yan Oo2Law-82Member
13Ma Ying Lawm5Law-1Member
14Daw Aye AyeTheinAssociate ProfessorSecretary
Sr No.NameDesignationField of Specialization
2Dr. Nan Thet MonProfessor (Head)LL.B, Yangon University of Distance Education
LL.M, University of Mandalay
Ph.D, University of Mandalay
1Dr. Khin Soe Soe LinnProfessor
14Dr. May ThuAssociate ProfessorLL.B, University of Myitkyina
LL.M, University of Taunggyi
M.Res, University of Taunggyi
Ph.D, Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL), Chongqing, China
3Dr. Yin Min SoeAssociate Professor
8Dr. Su Su LattAssociate Professor
4Daw N Tap Lu JaLecturerLL.B, 1992, Rangoon University
LL.M, 2003, Mandalay University
5Daw D. Hkawn JaLecturerLL.B, 2000, Mandalay University
LL.M, 2002, Mandalay University
6Daw Aye Myint YeeLecturerLL.B, LL.M
7Daw Khin Mar LwinLecturerLL.B, LL.M
11U Tai Kyaw ThuLecturerLL.B, 2002, Mandalay University of Distance Education
LL.M, 2006, Yadanabon University
12Daw Ei Ei PhyuLecturerLL.B, 2004-2005, Yadanabon University
LL.M, 2005-2006, Taunggyi University
13Daw Chaw Su HlaingLecturerLL.B, 2003-2004, Myitkyina University
LL.M, 2005-2006, University of Mandalay
DBL, 2005-2006, University of Mandalay
16Daw Ja Mai AwnAssistant LecturerLL.B, 2004-2005, Myitkyina University
LL.M, 2006-2007, Mandalay University
17Dr. Khwar Nyo OoAssistant LecturerLL.B, Myitkyina University
LL.M, Yadanabon University
Ph.D, Southwest University of Political Science and Law
18Dr. Khin Htar WinAssistant LecturerLL.B, University of Myitkyina
LL.M, University of Yadanabon
Ph.D, Southwest University of Political Science and Law
19Daw Jone SaiAssistant LecturerLL.B, 2008, Myitkyina University
LL.M, 2012, Yadanabon University
21Daw Su Lae WinAssistant LecturerLL.B, Mandalay University of Distance Education
LL.M, Yadanabon University
22Daw Ni Ni KhaingAssistant LecturerLL.B, Mandalay University of Distance Education
LL.M, Yadanabon University
24Daw Zin Mar SweAssistant LecturerLL.B, Monywa University
LL.M, Yadanabon University
9Daw Hmwe Hmwe ThaeAssistant Lecturer
25Daw Esther Hkaw NamAssistant LecturerLL.B, Myitkyina University
LL.M, Yangon University
26Daw Nan Thwel Thwel SanAssistant LecturerLL.B, Myitkyina University
LL.M, Mandalay University
27Daw Mun RaTutorLL.B, 2011, Myitkyina University
LL.M, 2015, University of Yangon
28Dr. Khin Sandar ThinTutorLL.B, Myitkyina University
LL.M, Mandalay University
M.Res, Mandalay University
Ph.D, Mandalay University
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Sr No.NameTitlePaper, JournalYear and PageAbstract
1Khin Htar WinGeneral Principles of Civil Procedure Code in MyanmarCHINA-ASEAN LAW REVIEW 2017 Myanmar Volume, p-74As the One Belt And One Road initiative continues to advance, China-Myanmar cooperation in the fields of science, technology, culture and economy has deepened, China has become the largest investor in Myanmar, so it is necessary for us to understand the basic principles of Myanmar’s civil procedure law. The civil procedure law of Myanmar was originally derived from Indian law and was influenced by British practices and procedures. Therefore, the legal system is antagonistic. This paper analyzes in detail the basic principles of jurisdiction, prosecution, judgment, decree, execution and trial supervision in the civil procedure law of Myanmar. At the same time, however, the existing civil procedure law of Myanmar also has the problem of being unable to adapt to the status quo. The supreme federal law will review and revise the civil procedure law.
2Khwar Nyo OoReview of Labor Law in MyanmarCHINA-ASEAN LAW REVIEW 2017 Myanmar Volume, p- 101In order to protect the rights of workers, establish a good employment relationship, and promote the formation of independent labor organizations, the Legislature of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar promulgated the Labor Law in accordance with Article 24 of the Constitution. At the same time, some labor laws and regulations were amended and new laws and regulations were formulated in accordance with international standards. In addition, workers registered or unregistered in the Ministry of Labor are seeking overseas employment opportunities due to poverty, unemployment and lack of employment opportunities. In this regard, this article will outline some important labor laws and regulations. At present, there are many labor problems in Myanmar, especially the minimum wage and migrant workers; in the labor market, in addition to the increased demand for skilled workers, the demand for laws and regulations regulating the labor market has also arisen.
3May ThuFormation of Contracts under the Contract Act of MyanmarCHINA-ASEAN LAW REVIEW 2017 Myanmar Volume, p-136A contract is an agreement between two or more persons that can be enforced by law. Every person in one way or other, as all of us enter into a number of contracts everyday. Each contract creates some rights and duties on the contracting parties. A variety of business activities depend on the use of contracts. The Law of Contract is in the nature of Civil Law and it covers the legal principles concerning commercial or trade transaction and also many civil matters. The Contract Act 1872 is the foundation for all contracts under the law of Myanmar: it is the general law.
4Nan Thet MonOwnership of Intellectual Property Rights in UniversityMandalay University Research Journal2016, Vol.7, p-60The teachers from Universities are the creators through doing research, teaching and creation of literary and artistic. They have been involved in research either alone, funded by itself or the University, sponsored by government, or in collaboration with local and or international universities and bodies. The ownership of intellectual property from doing creation is not exactly provided in National Laws or International Conventions. Therefore, it becomes the disputes between the researcher and the University or between the University and the Company when intellectual property arising from the research is commercialized. In studying the disputes, it is found that most of the disputes are arising from (1) want of the exactly agreement relating to ownership between the two parties (2) the significant use of the University’s resources (3) in the course of his or her duties (4) the activities of employment. So, most of the foreign Universities have been settled the disputes by adopting the University Intellectual Property Policy including the ownership of intellectual property. But, Myanmar Universities have no University Intellectual Property Policy to settle the disputes. Besides, Myanmar Universities have been signed Memorandums of University with foreign Universities with the aims to do faculty exchange, staff exchange, students exchange and research cooperation. Therefore, it should be adopted the policy relating to the ownership of intellectual property rights in Myanmar.
Sr No.NameDesignationTopic
1Daw Su Lae WinAssistant LecturerLegal Study on Marriage and Divorce under Kachin Customs and Traditions
2Daw Ni Ni KhaingAssistant LecturerLiabilities of Pilots in Maritime Safety
3Daw Tin Tin HlaAssistant LecturerAnalytical Study on Construction Laws in Myanmar, Singapore, China and Vietnam
4Daw Zin Mar SweAssistant LecturerLegal Study on Classification of International Institutions
5Daw Esther Hkaw NamAssistant LecturerLegal Study on the Consequences of Breach of Contracts in Myanmar
6Daw Nan Thwel Thwel SanAssistant LecturerA Comparative Study on Cyber Laws of some selected ASEAN Countries
7Daw Mun RaTutorFire Insurance in Myanmar
Sr No.NameDesignationTopic
1Dr. Nan Thet MonProfessorOwnership of Intellectual Property Rights in University
2Dr. May ThuLecturerFormation of Contracts under the Contract Act of Myanmar
3Dr. Khwar Nyo OoAssistant LecturerReview of Labor Law in Myanmar
4Dr. Khin Htar WinAssistant LecturerGeneral Principles of Civil Procedure Code in Myanmar
Sr No.NameThesis Title
1Ma Khin Mi Mi SoeMyanmar Buddhist’s Marriage
2Ma KhinMyo ThantWorkmen Compensation in Some ASEAN Countries
YearMale FemaleTotal
First year
Second year163
Third year123
Fourth year145
Fifth year110
Qualified4
First year (LL.M)16
Second year (LL.M)32
YearMaleFemaleTotal
First year165178343
Second year6462126
Third year122141263
Fourth year108109217
Fifth year7876154

Curriculum and Time Table

CURRICULUM FOR LLB DEGREE
Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
မ ၁၀၀၁မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 1001English322
Law 1101Introduction to the Study of Law432
Law 1102History of State and Law432
Elective*322
AM 1001Aspects of Myanmar322
TOTAL201412
Total Credits - 20Total Hours - 26 hours
Foundation Courses
မ ၁၀၀၁မြန်မာစာ
Eng 1001English
Core Courses (For Law Specialization)
Law 1101Introduction to the Study of Law I
Law 1102History of State and Law
Elective Courses (One subject to be taken)
Phil 1001Logic in Practice I (For UDE)
Hist 1001Introduction to the Myanmar Civilizations I
IR 1002Introduction to International Relations I
Psy 1003Public Relations
Eco 1001Principles of Microeconomics
Geog 1003Geography of Southeast Asian Countries
OS 1003Buddhist Culture
AM 1001Aspects of Myanmar
UDE 1st year တွင် Philosophy ယူမည်ဖြစ်ပါသည်။
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Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
မ ၁၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 1002English322
Law 1103Introduction to the Study of Law II432
Law 1104Jurisprudence432
Elective*322
AM 1002Aspects of Myanmar322
TOTAL201412
Total Credits - 20Total Hours - 26 hours
Foundation Courses
မ ၁၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ
Eng 1002English
Core Courses (For Law Specialization)
Law 1103Introduction to the Study of Law II
Law 1104History of State and Law
Elective Courses (One subject to be taken)
Phil 1003Logic in Practice II (For UDE)
Hist 1004Introduction to the Myanmar Civilizations II
IR 1004Introduction to International Relations II
Psy 1005Understanding Human Interaction
Eco 1002Principles of Macro Economics
Geog 1004Geography of Myanmar
OS 1007Pali Literature
AM 1002Aspects of Myanmar
JNL 1003Introduction to the Law
UDE 1st year တွင် Philosophy ယူမည်ဖြစ်ပါသည်။
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(L) - Lecture
(T) - Tutorial
မ-၁၀၀၂ ျမန္မာစာ
Eng-1001English
Law-1103Introduction to the Study of Law II
Law-1104Jurisprudence
Eco-1002Principles of Macroeconomics
AM-1002Aspects of Myanmar (ျမန္မာစာ)

CURRICULUM FOR LLB DEGREE
Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Eng 2001English322
Law 2101Myanmar Customary Law I432
Law 2102Law of Contract432
Law 2103Labour Law432
Elective (Law)*322
Elective*322
211512
Total Credits - 21Total Hours - 27 hours
Foundation Courses
Eng 1001English
Core Courses (For Law Specialization)
Law 2101Myanmar Customary Law I
Law 2102Law of Contract
Law 2103Labour Law
Elective Courses (For Law Specialization)
(One subject to be taken)
Law 2104Law Relating to Sale of Goods
Law 2105Principle of Legal Profession
(One subject to be taken)
Eng 2002Communicative Skills
Phil 2004Philosophy of Law I
IR 2002Elements of Political Institutions I
Eco 2001Macro Economics (For UDE)
Elective Courses (For other Specializations)
Law 2001Study of Law (For IR and Environmental Studies (ES))
Law 2002Business Law
Law 2003Law and Justice I (For Political Science)
UDE 2nd Year တွင် Economics ယူမည်ဖြစ်ပါသည်။
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Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Eng 2002English322
Law 2106Myanmar Customary Law II432
Law 2107Law of Tort432
Law 2108Land Law432
Elective (Law)*322
Elective*322
TOTAL211512
Total Credits - 21Total Hours - 27 hours
Foundation Courses
Eng 2002 English
Core Courses (For Law Specialization)
Law 2106Myanmar Customary Law II
Law 2107Law of Tort
Law 2108Land Law
Elective Courses (For Law Specialization)
(One subject to be taken)
Law 2109Negotiable Instruments Act
Law 2110Law of Banking
(One subject to be taken)
Eco 2002International Trade (For UDE)
Eng 2004Developing Communicative Skills
Phil 2009Philosophy of Law II
IR 2004Elements of Political Institutions II
Elective Courses (For other Specializations)
Law 2004Law and Justice II (For Political Science)
Law 2005ASEAN Documents
Law 2006Introduction to International Law
JNL 2003Intellectual Property Law (IR+ Law)
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(L) - Lecture
(T) - Tutorial
Eng-2002English
Law-2106 Myanmar Customary Law II
Law-2107Law of Tort
Law-2108Land Law
Law-2109Negotiable Instruments Act
Phil-2009Philosophy of Law II

CURRICULUM FOR LLB DEGREE
Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Eng 3001English322
Law 3101Criminal Law432
Law 3102Public International Law I432
Law 3103Business Law I432
Elective (Law)*322
Elective*322
TOTAL211512
Total Credits - 21Total Hours - 27 hours
Foundation Courses
Eng 3001English
Core Courses (For Law Specialization)
Law 3101Criminal Law
Law 3102Public International Law I
Law 3103Business Law I
Elective Courses (For Law Specialization)
(One subject to be taken)
Law 3104Conflict of Laws
Law 3105Special Criminal Laws
(One subject to be taken)
Psy 3001Crime and Psychology I
Eng 3001Communicative Skills (Advanced)
Eco 3001Introduction to Economics of Development
IR 3002Current Issues in International Relations
Elective Courses (For other Specializations)
Law 3001ILO Convention
Law 3002International Law (4 CU for IR)
Law 3003General Principles of International Law (For Political Science)
MS 3105Customary Law of Myanmar (4 CU for MS)
Mgt 3101Business Law
CL 3001Commercial Law I
BM 3107Business Law I
PP 3001Public Administration Law I
ES 3101/ES 3201 (1st Yr. Hons) Environmental Law (4 Cu for ES)
AS 3003Legal Framework on ASEAN I
LTM 3001Tourism Law (For Tourism)
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Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Eng 3002English322
Law 3106Criminal Procedure Code432
Law 3107Human Rights Law432
Law 3108Business Law II432
Elective (Law)*322
Elective*322
TOTAL211512
Total Credits - 21Total Hours - 27 hours
Foundation Courses
Eng 3002 English
Core Courses (For Law Specialization)
Law 3106Criminal Procedure Code
Law 3107Human Rights Law
Law 3108Business Law II
Elective Courses (For Law Specialization)
(One subject to be taken)
Law 3109Law of Insurance
Law 3110Law of Treaties
Elective Courses (One subject to be taken)
Psy 3002Crime and Psychology II
Eco 3002International Finance
Eng 3008Communicative Skills (Advanced)
IR 3110 Environmental Issues
Elective Courses (For other Specializations)
Law 3004Legal Protection of Intellectual Property Rights
Law 3005International Law II (4 CU for IR)
Law 3006International Human Rights Law (For Political Science)
MS 3007Law, Justice and Human Right (3 CU for BDevS )
BM 3108Business Law II
PP 3002Public Administration Law II
CL 3002 Commercial Law II
AS 3006 Legal Framework on ASEAN II
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(L) - Lecture
(T) - Tutorial
Eng-3002English
Law-3106Criminal Procedure Code
Law-3107Human Rights Law
Law-3108Business Law II
Law-3109Law of Insurance
Psy-3002Crime and Psychology II

CURRICULUM FOR LLB DEGREE
Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Law 4101Constitutional Law432
Law 4102Civil Procedure Code I432
Law 4103Revenue Law I432
Law 4104Law of International Institution I432
Elective(Law I)*322
Elective(Law II)*322
TOTAL221612
Total Credits - 22Total Hours - 28 hours
Core Courses
Law 4101Constitutional Law
Law 4102Civil Procedure Code I
Law 4103Revenue Law I
Law 4104Law of International Institutions I
Elective Courses
Law 4105Environmental Law
Law 4106International Economic Law
Law 4107Child Law of Myanmar
Elective Courses (For IR Student)
Law 4001World Constitutions
Law 4002Administrative Law
Elective Courses (For other Specializations)
Law 4001World Constitutions
Law 4002Administrative Law
AS 4003Constitutions of ASEAN Countries I
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Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Law 4108Administrative Law432
Law 4109Civil Procedure Code II432
Law 4110Revenue Law II432
Law 4111Law of International Institution II432
Elective (Law I)*322
Elective (Law II)*322
TOTAL221612
Total Credits - 22Total Hours - 28 hours
Core Courses
Law 4108Administrative Law
Law 4109Civil Procedure Code II
Law 4110Revenue Law II
Law 4111Law of International Institutions II
Elective Courses
Law 4112Law of the Sea
Law 4113Transport Law (For UDE)
Law 4114Intellectual Property Law (For UDE)
Elective Courses (For Other Specializations)
Law 4003International Environmental Law
Law 4004International Human Rights Law
ES 4110 (4th Yr.)/4210 (2ndYr.Hons) Enforcement of Environmental Law (4 Cu)
AS 4006Constitutions of ASEAN Countries II
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(L) - Lecture
(T) - Tutorial
Law-4108Administrative Law
Law-4109Civil Procedure Code II
Law-4110Revenue Law II
Law-4111Law of International Institutions II
Law-4113Transport Law
Law-4114Intellectual Property Law

CURRICULUM FOR LLB DEGREE
Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Law 5101Law of Evidence I432
Law 5102Shipping Law I432
Law 5103Military Law 432
Elective(Law I)*322
Elective(Law II)*322
TOTAL181310
Total Credits - 18Total Hours - 23 hours
Core Courses
Law 5101Law of Evidence I
Law 5102Shipping Law I
Law 5103Military Law
Elective Courses
Law 5104Comparative Law (For UDE)
Law 5105Criminology (For UDE)
Law 5106International Humanitarian Law
Elective Courses (For other Specializations)
Law 5001Law of World Institutions
Law 5002Law of Treaties I
ES 4003Environmental Law and International Organizations (3rd Yr. Hons, Qualifying)
AS 5003ASEAN Economic Agreements I
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Module No.Name of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week  
LectureTutorial
Law 5107Law of Evidence II432
Law 5108Shipping Law II432
Law 5109Civil Litigation432
Elective(Law I)*322
Elective(Law II)*322
TOTAL181310
Total Credits - 18Total Hours - 23 hours
Core Courses
Law 5107Law of Evidence II
Law 5108Shipping Law II
Law 5109Civil Litigation
Elective Courses
Law 5110Constitutions of ASEAN Countries (For UDE)
Law 5111Law of Commercial Arbitration
Law 5112International Air and Space Law
Elective Courses (For IR Student)
Law 5003Law of World Institutions II
Law 5004Law of Treaties II
AS 5006ASEAN Economic Agreements II
Core Courses (For Myanmar Study)
MS 5212Family Laws in Myanmar
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Time Table for Fifth Year Law

Time Table for Law Qualifying Class
(L) - Lecture
(T) - Tutorial
Law-5107Law of Evidence II
Law-5108Shipping Law II
Law-5109Civil Litigation
Law-5110Constitutions of ASEAN Countries
Law-5111Law of Commercial Arbitration

CURRICULUM FOR LLM DEGREE COURSE
Module NoName of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week 
LectureTutorial/ Discussion
L.611 ACriminal Law442
L.612 ALaw of Business Organizations442
L.613 AMyanmar Customary Law442
L.611 AConstitutional Law442
Total16168

3 Credit points for (4) Lecturing hours and 1 Credit point for (2) Tutorial/Discussion hour
Sample Description
Module NoName of ModuleCredit PointsHours/Week 
LectureTutorial/ Discussion
L.621 ACriminal Procedure442
L.622 ACivil Litigation442
L.623 AFamily Laws442
L.624 AConstitutional Law II442
Total16168

3 Credit points for (4) Lecturing hours and 1 Credit point for (2) Tutorial/Discussion hour
(L) - Lecture
(T) - Tutorial
Law-621 ACriminal Procedure
Law-622 ACivil Litigation
Law-623 AFamily Laws
Law-624 AConstitutional Law II

CURRICULUM FOR LLM DEGREE COURSE
Module NoName of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week 
LectureTutorial/ Discussion
L.631 ASpecial Criminal Laws442
L.632 ALaw of Evidence442
L.633 ALabour Law442
L.634 ALand Law 442
Total16168

3 Credit points for (4) Lecturing hours and 1 Credit point for (2) Tutorial/Discussion hour
Module NoName of ModuleCredit PointsHours/ Week 
LectureTutorial/ Discussion
L.631 ASpecial Criminal Laws442
L.632 ALaw of Evidence442
L.633 ALabour Law442
L.634 ALand Law 442
Total16168

3 Credit points for (4) Lecturing hours and 1 Credit point for (2) Tutorial/Discussion hour
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