A small collection of (quasi-) academic articles (in English, since 2017)

Please contact me if you are interested in receiving a copy of any of the articles listed below:

  1. The long march to professionalizing judicial discipline in China, book chapter in Disciplining Judges: Contemporary Challenges and Controversies, 2021
  2. How the Supreme People’s Court Drafts Criminal Procedure Judicial Interpretations, book chapter in Chinese Courts and Criminal Procedure,  Post-2013 Reforms, 2021, pp. 84 – 108
  3. Supreme People’s Court Services and Safeguards for China’s Defense and Military, book chapter in March to Justice, Global Military Law Landmarks, 2021, 287-305
  4. What the 2019 Fourth Party Plenum means for the Chinese Courts, Mondo Cinese, #167, 81-92, June 30, 2020
  5. How the Supreme People’s Court Serves National Strategy and ‘Makes Law’: The Pilot FTZ Opinion and its Implications, book chapter in International Economic Law and the Challenges of the Free Zones, Kluwer Law International, May 2019, also available on SSRN.
  6. China’s Translucent Judicial Transparency, book chapter in Transparency Challenges Facing China,(Fu Hualing, Michael Palmer, and Zhang Xianchu eds) (Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing, 2019) 141-175, republished at 14 J. COMP. L. 222 (2019), also available on SSRN.
  7. SOE’s and the international fraud & corruption sanctioning system, China`s Three-Prong Investment Strategy: Bilateral, Regional, and Global Tracks (Oxford University Press, 2019), available on SSRN,
  8.  China’s Evolving Case Law System in Practice, 9 Tsinghua China Law Review 247 (2017), issue 9.2 http://www.tsinghuachinalawreview.org/articles/0902_Finder.hm

Chinese articles to be listed on a separate page

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