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Law educator

Weidong Ji, Chinese law educator. Recipient First prize of National Legal Studies in China during 1979-1984, Law Institute China, Academy Social Sciences, 1985. Fellow: Center for Development and Governance, Tsnghua University; member: Shanghai Institute Law and Economy, Sociologia del Diritto (correspondent).

Background

Ji, Weidong was born on August 11, 1957 in Nanchang, China. Son of Rong-gui Ji and Zhiming Shi.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, Peking University, Beijing, China, 1979—1983. Master of Laws, Kyoto University, Japan, 1985—1987. Juris Doctor, Kyoto University, Japan, 1987—1990.

Career

Associate professor, faculty of law Kobe University, Kobe, Japan, 1990—1996. Visiting scholar, law school Stanford University, 1991—1992. Professor, graduate school of law Kobe University, since 1996.

Board member co-operation, research committee on sociology of law Industry Standard Architecture, Santa Barbara, California, 1994—2003. Council member Japanese Association Sociology of Law, Tokyo, since 1999. Executive committee member Asia Pacific Forum/Awaji Conference, Kobe, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (academic books) A Hypermodern Law (Japanese Association Sociology of Law Book award, 2001), Constructing Rule of Law, Legal Changes in Modern China, New Views on Constitutionalism, The Significance of Legal Procedures, The Composition of Chinese Judicial System, New Views on Costitutionalism (enlarged edition).

Membership

Fellow: Center for Development and Governance, Tsnghua University. Member: Shanghai Institute Law and Economy, Sociologia del Diritto (correspondent).

Connections

Married Meihua Luo, August 13, 1958. Children: Yu, Minister.

father:
Rong-gui Ji

mother:
Zhiming Shi

spouse:
Meihua Luo

child:
Yu Ji

child:
Minister Ji