Visiting Scholars and Fellows 2003-2004
Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Professor Jiang's areas of expertise are International Law and EU Law. Her project while at Columbia Law School was called "The Applicability of Anti-dumping Laws to Chinese Products: A Comparative Study." Edwards Fellow. Spring 2004.
Associate Professor of Law, Wuhan University
Professor Shen holds a Ph.D. in both law and physics. Professor Shen's legal academic interests include WTO and development of economic law in China. While at Columbia Law School, Prof. Shen concentrated on WTO and a comparative study of American and Chinese law.
National Taiwan University, Professor of Law
Professor Tseng's field of expertise is corporate Law, securities regulations and conflict of laws. Her topic was "A Study on Business Organizations and their Practices in Ancient Chinese Commercial Societies Circa the Ching Dynasty and How they Apply to Modern Day Taiwan" Edwards Fellow. Spring 2004.
Associate Professor of Law and Deputy Director of the Business Law Institute, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPSL); Vice Secretary of the National Associate of Business Law in China
Professor Wang's academic interests include civil law, business law, securities law and analytical jurisprudence. His research project while at Columbia Law School was "Corporate law and Corporate Governance: Chinese issues and American Experience." Fulbright Fellow. Spring 2003.
Associate Professor of Law, Southwest University of Political Science; Chief Editor, Southwest University of Political Science Law Review
Professor Xiao's fields of expertise are private law, the history of law, and philosophy of law. As a visiting scholar at Columbia Law School, Prof. Xiao conducted research into "The Rise and Fall of Private Property." Spring 2004.
Associate Professor of Law, Peking University
Professor Zheng's primary areas of research in China include constitutional law, Anglo-American legal history and jurisprudence. At Columbia Law School, he concentrated on the theory and practice of the first amendment in American constitutional law. Edwards Fellow. Fall 2003-Spring 2004.
Professor, Sichuan University School of Law
Professor Zuo's areas of focus are criminology, criminal procedural law, and the court and judicial systems. His research while at Columbia Law School concerned the constitution and criminal procedural law. Edwards Fellow. Fall 2003.
2003 PILI Fellows (now known as PILnet)
In 2003, the Center for Chinese Legal Studies welcomed two leading public interest lawyers from China under the auspices of the Public Interest Law Inititives (PILI) program (now known as PILnet). Together with other visiting faculty, they continued the Center's strong tradition of working to strengthen public interest law and clinical legal education in China.
Assistant Executive Director, Administrative Law, Wuhan University Center for the Protection of the Rights of Disadvantaged Groups, Wuhan University School of Law
Professor Lin helped found the legal aid clinic at Wuhan University School of Law. She oversaw the administrative law clinic.
Xu Hui (Julia)
Executive Director, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Deputy Head of the Center for Legal Consultation and Legal Aid
The focus of her project was women's rights.