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CONTENTS Introduction Faculty LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law International Cooperation and Exchange About Fudan University Welcome to Shanghai INTRODUCTION Being a preeminent and prestigious university
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CONTENTS Introduction Faculty LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law International Cooperation and Exchange About Fudan University Welcome to Shanghai INTRODUCTION Being a preeminent and prestigious university in China with over 100 years history, Fudan University is located in Shanghai, the largest city and commercial/financial center of China. The history of her School of Law ( Fudan Law School hereinafter) can be traced back to the late 1920s. In November 2000, based on the then Law Department, Fudan Law School was officially established. 1 In today s Fudan Law School, there are more than 1800 students, including about 200 international students. Graduate students and undergraduate students account for 58% and 42% respectively of the total number of students. Fudan Law School has academic programs Ph.D in law, Master of Laws (LL.M., instructed in Chinese), Juris Master (J.M.) and Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Chinese Business Law (instructed in English). The Ph.D and LL.M. programs cover nine subjects of law, i.e., Jurisprudence, Legal History, Constitutional & Administrative Law, Civil & Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Economic Law, Procedural Law, Environment and Resource Protection Law, and International Law. The School also has a post-doctoral program. The teaching and research teams have been renowned domestically and internationally in a wide range of subjects. Through the efforts of her faculty in over 80 years, Fudan Law School has become one of the leading institutions for legal education in China. It has provided numerous graduates to the government, courts, law firms, business corporations, law schools, and other institutions, and has established close links with many foreign leading law schools. Each year, there are many international students enrolled in a variety of programs at Fudan Law School. 2 FACULTY There are 55 academic faculty members currently teaching in Fudan Law School, including 31 professors (25 of them are authorized to supervise Ph.D students), 16 associate professors, and 8 lecturers (statistics of December 2012). Following is a full list of their names, academic positions, brief education background, and subjects. BAI Guodong, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Waseda, Japan); corporation law and securities law. BAI Jiang, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Humboldt, Germany); European law, corporation law, and capital market law. CHEN Liang, Professor, Ph.D (Cardiff, UK); maritime law and international trade law. CHEN Naiwei, Professor, Ph.D (Macau Univ. of Science and Technology); civil and commercial law and intellectual property law. CHEN Zhidong, Professor, LL.M. (ECUPL, China); international economic law, international trade law, and international commercial arbitration. DONG Maoyun, Professor, Ph.D. (Renmin, China); constitution and administrative law, and legal history of foreign countries. DU Tao, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Wuhan, China); private international law. DU Yu, Professor, Ph.D. (Peking, China); criminology. DUAN Housheng, Professor, Ph.D (Renmin, China), civil procedure and evidence. CHEN Haoran, Professor, LL.M. (CUPL, China); criminology and evidence. CHEN Li, Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China), Postgraduate Diploma in Common Law (HKU, Hong Kong); international commercial arbitration, international civil procedure, and private international law. 3 Faculty DUAN Kuang, Professor, Ph.D (Tokyo Metro. Univ., Japan); civil law and torts. HOU Jian, Professor, Ph.D. (Peking, China); jurisprudence and western legal thoughts. HU Honggao, Professor, LL.B. (Peking, China); civil and commercial law, and economic law. JI Ligang, Professor, Ph.D (ECUPL, China); commercial law and economic law. JIANG Yunwei, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Peking, China); tort law and contract law. GAO Lingyun, Associate Professor, J.D. (Willamette, US), LL.M. (NUS, Singapore); comparative civil and commercial law, business law, trust law, and international financial law. GONG Baihua, Professor, LL.M. (Fudan, China; Georgetown, US); international law, WTO law, and international financial law. LI Chuanxuan, Lecturer, Ph.D (ECUPL, China); environmental law. LI Shigang, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Paris II, France); civil and commercial law, and employment law. GUO Jian, Professor, LL.M. (Fudan, China); Chinese legal history. HAN Tao, Lecturer, Ph.D (Peking, China), Chinese legal history. HE Li, Professor, Ph.D (Kwansei Gakuin, Japan); international law and international trade law. LI Xiaoning, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Groningen, Netherlands); corporation law, commercial law, and civil law. LIANG Yong, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China); international economic law and international trade law. LIU Shiguo, Professor, Ph.D (Shandong, China); civil law interpretation and tort law. LIU Zhigang, Professor, Ph.D (Renmin, China); constitutional law. 4 Faculty LU Zhian, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China), LL.M. (Fudan, China; Glamorgan, UK); international law, international investment law, international taxation law, EU law, and international human rights law. SUN Xiaoxia, Dean & Professor, Ph.D (CASS, China); jurisprudence and legal philosophy. Lü Ping, Lecturer, LL.M. (Fudan, China); medical law. MA Guixiang, Professor, Ph.D (CUPL, China); evidence and criminal procedural law. MA Zhongfa, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China); international trade law and international technology licensing law. WANG Jun, Lecturer, LL.B. (Peking, China); intellectual property law. WANG Mingliang, Professor, Ph.D (Peking, China), criminal law. WANG Quandi, Professor, LL.B. (Jilin, China); civil law. PAN Weijie, Vice Dean & Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China); constitutional law and administrative law. SHI Daxiao, Lecturer, Ph.D (Peking, China); jurisprudence, legal culture, and legal history. SUN Nanshen, Professor, LL.M. (ECUPL, China), former judge and Vice President of the High People s Court of Jiangsu Province; international trade law, international investment law, and private international law. WANG Wei (Mr.), Associate Professor, Ph.D (London, UK); international financial law, international economic law, public international law, and maritime law. WANG Wei (Ms.), Vice Dean & Associate Professor, LL.M. (Fudan, China); constitutional law. SUN Xiaoping, Associate Professor, LL.B. (Jilin, China); civil law. 5 Faculty WANG Zhiqiang, Professor, Ph.D. (Peking, China), J.S.D. Candidate (Yale, US), LL.M. (Fudan, China; Yale, US); legal history, and comparative law. XIE Youping, Professor, Ph.D (SWUPL, China); criminal procedural law. XU Lingyan, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Renmin, China); commercial law and financial law. XU Meijun, Professor, Ph.D (Renmin, China); criminal procedural law and evidence law. XU Xinlin, Associate Professor, LL.M. ZHANG Guangjie, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Candidate (Fudan, China); jurisprudence and legal philosophy. ZHANG Jianwei, Professor, Ph.D (SUFE, China); economic analysis of law. ZHANG Naigen, Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China); international law, international trade-related intellectual property law, and western legal philosophy. ZHAO Lihang, Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China); foreign legal history and comparative law. ZHU Shudi, Professor, Ph.D (ECUPL, China); economic administrative law and international administrative law. (Renmin, China), corporation law, intellectual property law, and financial law. YANG Yanyan, Associate Professor, Ph.D (Fudan, China), civil procedure. ZHANG Wusheng, Professor, Ph.D (Renmin, China); civil procedural law. ZHANG Zitai, Professor, Ph.D (Nanjing Agricultural Univ., China); environmental protection law. YAO Jun, Lecturer, LL.M. (Fudan, China); legal theories. 6 LL.M. PROGRAM IN CHINESE BUSINESS LAW Since fall 2010, Fudan Law School has launched her LL.M. (Master of Laws) Program in Chinese Business Law to foreign lawyers, executives, students, and professionals engaging in international trade and/or interested in Chinese business and financial law. The language of instruction is English. If you are a non-chinese citizen, have received a first college degree, and have good command of English, you are eligible to apply this program. LL.M. degree will be granted to the candidates who have successfully completed the required course work and fulfilled the requirements for a dissertation. The LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law requires the students to complete two-semester course study for 30 credits. The fall semester will be from August to December, and the spring semester from February to June. After completing the course study, students need to submit a dissertation and pass the oral defense within two years since the enrollment in order to receive the degree. Students may complete the dissertation at Fudan or at any other places as long as they return for the oral defense. Students who have successfully completed one or two semesters course work but decide not to write the dissertation will receive a certificate. Each LL.M. student will be assigned an academic mentor/advisor for study and dissertation writing. In addition, the School of Law will arrange regular academic and non-academic activities for both the foreign students and Chinese students so that they may communicate with and learn from each other. Credits earned in the LL.M. Program by students from a foreign partner law school under an exchange agreement with Fudan Law School are transferable according to the agreement and Fudan University s policy. 7 CURRICULUM The LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law is carefully designed to offer students a thorough grounding in Chinese business law and business-oriented topics. Chinese Banking Law and Payment System This course is a theory-oriented and case-based legal course, which relates not only to the Chinese banking law and negotiable instrument law, but also the law on choice of law (law of conflict), dispute settlement law, and general civil law. Chinese Civil Law This overview course is designed to introduce the general legal framework of Chinese civil law system, focusing on the General Provisions of Chinese Civil Law, an introduction to the Contract Law, Tort Law, and Property Law. Chinese Commercial Arbitration Law This course is intended to illustrate the commercial arbitration system of China. Practical, real-world cases will give the students from other jurisdictions a strong sense of the Chinese arbitration law and practices, as well as the general attitude of the Chinese business community to settle disputes with foreign counterparts in business transactions. Chinese Constitution and Administrative Law This course will give an introduction to Chinese constitutional law. It covers three parts: general theory of constitutional law, the fundamental rights and duties of citizens, and the structure of the state organization. Chinese Contract Law This course will cover the two parts of the Chinese Contract Law: general provisions and specific provisions. The general provisions are deemed as the core of the Contract Law, while the specific provisions provide detailed rules applied to each particular type of contract. Chinese Criminal Law The goal of this course is to understand the fundamental theory and structure of Chinese criminal law and criminal procedure law, with focus on procedure, evidence, specific crime and punishment of poverty offense. Chinese Intellectual Property Law This course will help students understand the basic principles of intellectual property law and practice in China, and the dynamic academic frontier of intellectual property law. 8 Chinese Labor and Employment Law This course is to provide students a panorama of the Chinese labor law in a narrow sense and employment law in a board sense or rules on Chinese labor market, concerning hiring and employment practices, labor contract, collective bargaining, standard wording conditions, injury compensation, hours, antidiscrimination, wages, employee benefits, tax, training system, retirement, resolution of labor disputes, special rules on expatriates and foreigners. Chinese Law on Business Organizations This course will give a basic introduction to Chinese law on business organizations, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, as well as companies. Chinese Legal Culture This course examines the spirit of Chinese law from a historical perspective, with a particular emphasis on its political context. Chinese Trial System on International Civil Disputes The course will help international students have a good understanding of the basic legal provisions of Chinese trial system on international disputes, which includes court jurisdiction, choice of law rules, and enforcement of judgment. Chinese Securities Law This course is designed to introduce the various parts of Chinese securities law system to the students, including securities issuing, securities exchanges, securities listing and trading, as well as supervision of the securities industry, and help the students analyze the newly emerged innovative financial products arising from securitization transactions. Legal Mandarin Chinese This course is to help students to be equipped with basic knowledge of legal terms in Mandarin Chinese. Foreign Investment Law in China This course will help students have a good understanding of the basic legal rules on foreign investment law in China, and know how to apply these rules to actual situations. Foreign Trade Law in China This course covers the relationship between Chinese foreign trade law and WTO law; the framework and procedure of the legislation of Chinese foreign trade law; the important cases on Chinese foreign trade law (comparing with relevant WTO cases); how to protect your interests when doing business with China with respect to Chinese foreign trade law; and how to deal with the disputes relating to Chinese foreign trade law. 9 International Cooperation and Exchange Fudan Law School actively carries out international communication and exchange through academic conference, visiting teaching and research, cooperative research, students and faculty exchanges, and summer programs. Fudan Law School has entered into a series of bilateral exchange agreements with dozens of the foreign first-class universities' law schools. Each semester, Fudan Law School hosts visiting professors, exchange and visiting students from all over the world. During June and July, Fudan Law School hosts summer programs accredited by American Bar Association through the cooperation with certain leading law schools in the United States. The joint summer program with University of Georgia has been running successfully since Fudan Law School s International Partners Schools Asia and Australia Europe North America Bond Univ. Faculty of Law Bucerius Law School Case Western Reserve Univ. School of Law The National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Law Columbia Law School Harvard Law School McGill Univ. Queen s Univ. Faculty of Law Univ. of Georgia School of Law 10 Washington Univ. School of Law ABOUT FUDAN UNIVERSITY FUDAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW History As one of the national topmost institutions of advanced learning and higher education, Fudan has achieved worldwide fame throughout its venerable past. The University was established by Ma Xiang-bo in Fudan found its lexical origin in the quotation Heavenly light shines day after day taken from Annotations of Yu and Xia (Yu Xia Zhuan) of Scholia of The Collection of Archaic Texts (Shangshu Dazhuan). In 1917, Fudan Public School began to offer undergraduate programs and officially renamed itself Fudan University. Schools and Research Institutes Fudan consists of 28 schools and departments, with seventy undergraduate disciplines. The University confers bachelor's degrees in seventy academic disciplines, and master's degrees in two hundred and twenty nine disciplines, and doctoral degrees in twenty-four Level I and one hundred and fifty-four Level II academic disciplines. There are also twenty-nine research stations that offer postdoctoral fellowships. Students In 1929, Fudan University altered its educational system and opened four new departments: journalism, civil administration, law, and education. By 1937 Fudan has established four schools (Arts, Sciences, Law, and Business). It became one of the most important institutions of academic research and higher education in southeast China. Fudan became one of the national elite universities after the founding of the People's Republic of China in At the request of Chen Wang-dao, the first post-liberation president of Fudan, Chairman Mao Tse-tung handwrote the name of the University. Fudan now has an enrollment of roughly 27,000 full-time degree candidates. Another over 17,000 are studying at the schools of Continuing Education and Online Education. Besides, the University's population of foreign students is beyond 3,600 today. 11 Faculty clinical education to student doctors and perform advanced scientific researches. High-tech Industry Fudan boasts a qualified faculty of over 2,678 full-time teachers and researchers, including 1,400 full professors and associate professors, 36 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 53 chair professors and 30 lecture professors of the Cheungkong Scholars Program, 17 chief scientists of Project 973. In the recent years, the University has been proactive in recruiting youthful strengths and optimizing the echelon of its faculty. Fudan has ten teaching hospitals, such as Zhong-shan (Dr. Sun Yat-san) Hospital and Hua-shan (Mount Lotus) Hospital, which offer quality medical service to the general public, conduct Fudan actively encourages high-tech industries to convert knowledge to power. Years of learning and discovering have yielded great benefits as well as profits. In return, the multi-pattern development of the high-tech industries helps the University with breath-taking efficiency to industrialize the research outcomes. Meanwhile, a group of University-sponsored enterprises is emerging, filled with passion and ambition. Fudan has thus created its signature style of doing business. 12 WELCOME TO SHANGHAI BRIEF Shanghai is the largest city by population in the People s Republic of China. It is one of the four province-level municipalities of PRC, with a total population of over 23 million as of It is a global city, with influence in commerce, culture, finance, media, fashion, technology, and transport. It is a major financial hub and the busiest container port in the world. HISTORY For centuries a major administrative, shipping, and trading town, Shanghai grew in importance in the 19th century due to European recognition of its favorable port location and economic potential. LOCATION Located in the Yangtze River Delta in eastern China, Shanghai sits at the mouth of the Yangtze River in the middle portion of the Chinese coast. The municipality borders Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces to the west, and is bounded to the east by the East China Sea. The city was one of several opened to foreign trade following the British victory over China in the First Opium War and the subsequent 1842 Treaty of Nanking which allowed the establishment of the Shanghai International Settlement. The city then flourished as a center of commerce between east and west, and became the undisputed financial hub of the Asia Pacific in the 1930s. In the 1990s, the economic reforms introduced by Deng Xiaoping resulted in an intense re-development of the city. 13 TOURISM Shanghai is a popular tourist destination renowned for its historical landmarks such as The Bund, City God Temple and Yu Garden, as well as the extensive and growing Lujiazui skyline. It has been described as the showpiece of the booming economy of mainland China. The Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai. The area centers on a section of Zhongshan (East-1 Zhongshan Road) within the former Shanghai International Settlement, which runs along the western bank
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