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        王江雨,法学博士,香港中文大学法律学院副教授,主讲国际贸易法与中国公司法、证券法等课程,现为International Trade Centre (UNCTAD/WTO) 和联合国亚太经社理事会的特邀专家,同时也是亚洲国际金融法研究所(Asian Institute of International Financial Law)研究员,及中国法学会世界贸易组织研究会理事。王教授有美国纽约州和中国的律师执业资格。


简历:1994年毕业于中国政法大学,1997年毕业于北京大学法学院,获法学硕士学位。1999年赴英美留学,先后获得美国宾夕法尼亚大学法学硕士(LLM),英国牛津大学法理学硕士(M.Juris)和美国宾夕法尼亚大学法律科学博士(SJD)学位。1997-1999年在中国银行总行法律部工作,参与多起重大诉讼及金融业务谈判,并于1999年作为中国代表参加联合国国际贸易法委员会有关公约制定的谈判。2003-2006年任教于新加坡国立大学法学院,为助理教授。

主要研究方向:目前的主要研究方向为国际贸易与投资法、国际金融法、国际商法、中国法律传统,法理学以及中国公司证券法。已在国际和中国的法学和贸易期刊上发表文章数十篇。

Jiangyu WANG

Dr. Wang Jiangyu (SJD & LLM, University of Pennsylvania; M.Juris, Oxford; MPhil in Laws, Peking University; LLB, China University of Political Science and Law) is an Associate Professor at the School of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His teaching and research interests include Chinese legal system, international economic law, international commercial law, corporate and securities law, human rights and jurisprudence. Before coming to Hong Kong, he taught at the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore for three years where he was an Assistant Professor of law. He practiced law in the Legal Department of Bank of China and Chinese and American law firms. He served as a member of the Chinese delegation at the annual conference of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Conference in 1999. Dr. Wang has published extensively in Chinese and international journals and newspapers on a variety of law and politics related topics. He is a member of the Chinese Bar Association and the New York Bar Association. He is also a director on the Executive Board of the WTO Institute of the China Law Society, and a fellow of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law (Hong Kong). He has also been invited expert/speaker by the International Trade Centre (UNCTAD/WTO) and United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). Further details of Dr. Wang can be found at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/law/faculty/profJYWang.html. Email: jywang@cuhk.edu.hk

EDUCATION:

2002-2003 UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, ST ANNE’S COLLEGE, Oxford, UK
M.Juris., 2003
Focus of studies: International finance and trade, British/European commercial law.

2000-2003 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL, Philadelphia, USA
S.J.D. (Doctor of Judicial Science)., 2003
Dissertation topic: U.S.-China Trade Relations: Law and Politics

1999-2000 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL, Philadelphia, USA
LL.M., 2000
Focus of studies: Corporate and securities law, international trade and investment regulation(WTO)

1994-1997 PEKING UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, Beijing, China
MPhil in Laws, 1997, with honor and the highest academic performance award.
Focus of Studies: International economic law.

1990-1994 CHINA UNIVERSITY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND LAW, Beijing, China
LL.B., 1994 (graduated with honor in top 5% of the class)


WORK EXPERIENCE:

2006-present The Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Law, Hong Kong SAR, China
Associate Professor of law. Teach courses on international economic law, Chinese company law, Chinese securities regulation, Chinese legal system, and comparative legal traditions. Research interests include Chinese legal system and legal traditions, international economic law, comparative law, company and securities regulation, human rights, and jurisprudence.
2003-2006 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE LAW FACULTY, Singapore
Assistant Professor of Law. Taught courses on international trade law, Chinese law and comparative law.
2005-present GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Brisbane, Australia
Adjunct senior lecturer. Teach an intensive course “Introduction to Chinese Legal System and Legal Tradition” since 2004.
2005-present
SANTA CLARA LAW SCHOOL
Lecturer at the Santa Clara Law School Summer Program; teach “International Business Transactions.”
2002
HWANG & ASSOCIATES, P.C., Philadelphia, PA, USA
Of Counsel (part-time). Advised the firm on China-related business. Developed a China practice plan for the firm.
1997-1999 BANK OF CHINA LEGAL DEPARTMENT, Beijing, China
In-house attorney. Served as counsel for commercial and syndicate loans, international trade finance, and commercial litigation issues. Participated and played leadership role in business negotiations, projects including an online payment system with IBM and financial information service program with Reuters. Counseled the bank in establishing its first mutual funds operation. Led the Legal Department’s task force studying e-banking issues. Represented the Bank before the Supreme Court and other courts in China. Appointed by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation as an expert member of the Chinese Delegation to attend the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Conference (30th session) in 1998.

THE LAW FACULTY OF CHINESE WOMEN’S COLLEGE, Beijing, China
Adjunct. Taught International Trade Law and Contract Law to undergraduates. Designed the course structure of International Trade Law.

1996-1997 PEKING UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, Beijing, China
Special Lecturer. Taught International Trade Law to undergraduates and International Economic Law to an adult education program.

1994-1995 BEIJING ZHONG LUN LAW OFFICE, Beijing, China
Legal assistant. Advised domestic and foreign clients on Chinese law regarding direct investment, international trade and corporate issues. Drafted corporate profiles and commercial contracts.


RESEARCH GRANTS

Research Project: China, India, and International Economic Order
Co-investigator with Prof. M Sornarajah
Granted by National University of Singapore, University Research Fund
Amount: SGD80,497.00

Research Project: Regional Economic Integration in Asia: Defining the Legal Priorities
Co-researcher with Prof. M Sornarajah and Ms Margaret Liang
Granted by the Asian Development Bank
Amount: USD40,000.00


TEACHING AND SERVICES

Courses taught: At The Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Law
World Trade Law (course leader), Chinese Company Law (course leader), Chinese Securities Regulation (course leader), Legal System and Methods in China (course leader), Chinese Foreign Trade and Investment Law.

At National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law
World Trade Law (convener); Comparative Legal Traditions; Chinese Foreign Trade Law (convener); Chinese Financial and Securities Law (convener); Introduction to Chinese Civil Law (convener); Chinese Business Law; Securities Regulation

School/Faculty Committee Services: At The Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Law
Mphil/PhD admission (Chair)
Website (Chair)
Research Seminar Coordinator

At National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law
Executive Committee for Graduate Studies
Global Strategy Review Committee
Research Strategic Review Committee
Library Resource Panel on Acquisitions

Academic Service to domestic and international community: Editor, Singapore Year Book of International Law
External referee, Singapore Academy of Law Review
External referee, Australian Journal of Asian Law (University of Melbourne)
External referee, Hong Kong Law Journal (Hong Kong University)
External referee, China: An International Journal (East Asian Institute, Singapore)

Main author in the drafting of a report for the Asian Development Bank on Asian economic integration; expected to complete in early 2006

Commentators on China legal and political issues for CNBC Asia, Lianhe Zaobao (联合早报), and Channel 8 Singapore.

BAR ADMISSIONS
State Bar of New York, 2001
Chinese Bar, 1995


PUBLICATIONS:

1. Journal Articles

“Modelling an Effective Corporate Governance System for China’s Listed State-owned Enterprises: Issues and Challenges in a Transitional Economy”, (2007) 7:1 Journal of Corporate Law Studies 143-183 (co-author with Lay-Hong Tan) (April 2007)

“Financial Liberalization in East Asia: Lessons from Financial Crises and the Chinese Experience of Controlled Liberalization”, (2007) 41:1 Journal of World Trade 211-241.

“China, India, and Regional Economic Integration in Asia: The Policy and Legal Dimensions”, [2006] 10 Singapore Year Book of International Law 269-305

“区域自由贸易协定与中国的处境和政策选择:法律、经济与大国贸易战略”, 《国际经济法学刊》,第14卷第一期,2007年(北京大学出版社), 187-225页。[“Regional Trade Agreements and China’s Policy Choices in Global Regionalism: The Law, Economics, and Strategy”, (2007) Chinese Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 14, No. 1, p. 187-225]

“资本账户开放和金融服务自由化的法律思考”,《上海财经大学学报(哲学社会科学版)》, 2006年第6期(第8卷总第44期),36-41页。[“The Myths and Realities of Financial Liberalization: A Legal Perspective”, (2006) Journal of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Vol. 8, No. 6, pp. 34-41]

“得失寸心知:仰融案是谁的最后胜利?”《香港信报财经月刊》2007年9月号(总第366期),46-49页 . [“Whose Victory in the Yangrong Case? Only One’s Own Heart Knows”, Hong Kong Economic Journal, September 2007, No. 366]

“Legal Education in Asia”, co-author, (2006) 1:1 Asian Journal of Comparative Law 184-207.

Book Review: “Review of Reforming Corporate Governance in Southeast Asia: Economics, Politics, and Regulations”. (2006) 1:1 Asian Journal of Comparative Law 306-308.

“The Rule of Law in China: A Realistic View of the Jurisprudence, the Impact of the WTO, and the Prospects for Future Development”, [2004] Singapore Journa

 
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