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Zheng Yongliu

China University of Political Science and Law

Professor

Intro.Courses Publication

ZHENG Yongliu, from Macheng County of Hubei Province

Professor at China-EU School of Law at China University of Political Science and Law

Director of Institute for Legal Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Research of Law

Higher Education Experience

1986-1989 Peking University, Doctor of Law

1983-1986 Central South Institute of Political Science and Law, Master of Law

1978-1982 Hubei Institute of Finance and Economics, Bachelor of Law

Teaching Experience

2004 Vertretender Professor an der juristische Fakulität der Universität Freiburg(Deutschland)

1993-1996 Gastprofessor an der Fakulität Rechts- und Wirtschaftswissenschaft der Universität des Saarlandes (Deutschland)

1989-1993 Lecturer and Associate Professor in Central South Institute of Political Science and Law(Wuhan)

Short-term visiting scholar at Fribourg University (Université de Fribourg) of Switzerland (1998), University of Oslo (Universitetet i Oslo) of Norway (2001),

Frankfurt University (2000, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2009)

Major Courses

Legal Philosophy, Sociology of Law, Constitutional Law and Litigation, Legal Methods and Methodology

Primary Field of Research

Legal Philosophy, Sociology of Law ,human rights and legal education

Concurrent Academic Posts

1999- now, Jilin University, Adjunct Professor

1999- now, Member of International Association for Philosophy of Law and Society (IVR)

1998- now, Editor-in-Chief, Archives for Legal Philosophy and Sociology of Law

Main Publications

Law is a Kind of Phronesis, Law Press, China, 2010.

Legal Concept in Practice in Transitional China, China Legal Publishing House, 2009.

The Guide to Legal Methodology,Peking University Press, 2008, 2012 (second edition).

Four Chapters of Rule of Law, China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2002.

Das Wirtschaftsrecht Chinas (in German), Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1997

The Orientation of Rural Law in Contemporary China, Shanghai Academy of Social Science Press, 1991; China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2004(Reprinted).

Farmers' Legal Awareness and the Development of Village's Law (co-author) Wuhan Press, 1993; China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2004(Reprinted).

Main Articles

Chinese legal circle:Cross-cultural Contemporary Chinese Law & Its Future Trend, in: Chinese Legal Science, 2012(4).

A Practical View of Law, in: Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, 2009(2), Stuttgart.

Moral Position and Legal Arts: A Case Study between Chinese and German Will for Mistress Cases, in: China Legal Science, 2008(4).

Pluralistische Ordnungen im chinesischen Wirtschaftswandel (in German), in:Festschrift für Norbert Horn, 2006, Berlin.

On Forming Premise and Minor Premise for Legal Judgement, in:Chinese Journal of Law, 2006(4).

Mode of Making Legal Decisions, in: Chinese Journal of Law, 2004(1).

Out of Interpretation, into Legislation, in:Chinese Journal of Law, 2002(3).

Two Challenges Facing the Chinese Legal System at the End of Twenty Century, in: Rechtstheorie, 1997( Beiheft 17),Berlin.

The Substantive Change in the Legal Awareness of Chinese Farmers’, in: China Legal Science, 1992(1).

Taking Local Legislation as the Main Road, in: China Legal Science, 1990(1).

Main Translation Works

Friedrich Carl von Savigny, Grundgedanken der historischen Rechtsschule (German to Chinese),Law Press, China, 2009.

Rudolf von Jhering, Der Kampf um's Recht (German to Chinese), Law Press, China, 2007.

Karl Engisch: Einführung in das Juristische Denken, (German to Chinese), Law Press, China, 2004.

Arthur Kaufmann, Winfried Hassemer (hrsg.): Einführung in Rechtsphilosophie und Rechtstheorie der Gegenwart(German to Chinese), Law Press, China, 2002.

Oxford Comparnion to Law (English to Chinese, Co-Chief Translator), Guangming Daily Press, 1988.

Contact

Prof. Dr. ZHENG Yongliu

China-EU School of Law

Room A419, International Communication Center

of China University of Political Science and Law

102249 No. 27, Fuxue Rd., Changping District, Beijing

Tel: 0086-10-59915797 Fax: 0086-10-59915792

E-mail Addresses: xpzyl@sohu.com xpzlz@hotmail.com

Webpage: www.cesl.edu.cn

Office Hour: Mondays 14:00-15:00


Other Researchers:

Chen Jinghui,  professor, China University of Political Science and Law.

Fan Libo, Associate professor, China University of Political Science and Law.

Zhu Qingyu,  professor, Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School.

Jiang Haochen, academic assistant, PhD candidate of China-EU School of Law.

Li Meitong, secretary, master student of China-EU School of Law.