China Law Center

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The China Law Center "carries out research and teaching, promotes academic exchanges with China, and undertakes a variety of cooperative projects on important issues in Chinese law and policy reform.

"Established in 1999, the Center has become an important institution in the United States working with Chinese counterparts to advance the rule of law in China. The Center’s cooperative projects with leading Chinese experts and institutions are in the areas of judicial reform, administrative law, policy and regulatory reform, criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, and legal education." [1]

Faculty, Senior Fellows & Staff



Visiting Scholars Fall 2006

==Former Visiting Scholars Spring 2006

Fall 2005

Spring 2005

  • Cai Wei
  • Chen Changxiong
  • Chen Duanhong
  • Dong Wenyuan
  • Pu Zhiqiang
  • Xia Xueping
  • Zhang Dajun Mr. Zhang, an M.B.A. graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, has been working on business strategy issues at IBM Business Consulting Services in Beijing for the past two years. He is also a nationally recognized public interest advocate in China. Among his activities, he is the organizer of the biweekly Salon in Beijing, the leader of the media forum at the Open Constitution Initiative, and an active member of a leading independent rural development organization. While at Yale, Mr. Zhang conducted comparative research on privatization and corporate governance.
  • Zhang Zhihui

Fall 2004

Summer 2004

  • Wang Wansheng - is Director of the Section of National Resources and Environmental Protection in the Department of Agricultural, National Resources, and Environmental Protection of the State Council's Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA).
  • Yang Kui

Spring 2004

Fall 2003

Summer 2003

Spring 2003

Fall 2002

Summer 2002

Spring 2002

Fall 2001

Spring 2001

Fall 2000

Spring 2000

Fall 1999