Recent Faculty PublicationsCHEN Lei
“The Historical Development of the Civil Law Tradition in China: A Private Law Perspective” 78 (2010), The Legal History Review, pp. 159-181.
The Making of Chinese Condominium Law: A Comparative Perspective with American and South African Condominium Laws, Intersentia 2010 # Chen Lei
“Property Right with Chinese Characteristics: A Critical Analysis of the Chinese Property Code of 2007” 2010 (18) European Review of Private Law 983-1004.
"Pure Economic Loss: Can Common Law shed some light on China? ", Tsinghua Law Journal (清华法), 2010(5), 15/09 2010, pp 106-117.
“The Constitution of China: What Purpose Does It (Not) Serve?”, (2011) 2:2 Jindal Global Law Review, pp. 55-77.
“Access to Justice: Human Rights Abuses Involving Corporations – Peoples’ Republic of China”, Geneva: International Commission of Jurists, 2010, pp vi + 91.
“The State of Affirmative Action amidst Privatisation: Some Critical Reflections”, Swati Deva (ed.), Law and (In)equalities: Contemporary Perspectives, Lucknow: Eastern Book Company, 2010, pp. 25-51.
“Exclusions from Constitutional Law: Presenting and Unpacking the Idea”, City University of Hong Kong Law Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2010, pp. 1-3.
“Constitutional Courts as Positive Legislators: The Indian experience”, Allan R Brewer-Carias (General Reporter), National Reports on ‘Constitutional Courts as Positive Legislatures’, Washington: XVIII International Congress of Comparative Law, 2010, pp. 347-56.
“Database Right Decoded”, European Intellectual Property Review, Sweet & Maxwell, 2010, 32(7), pp. 313-319.
“Is SAFE Safe Now? – Foreign Exchange Regulatory Control over Chinese Outbound and Inbound Investments and a Political Economy Analysis of Policies”, Journal of World Investment and Trade, Vol. 11, No. 2, April 2010, 32 pages.
“China’s Practice in International Investment Law: From Participation to Leadership in the World Economy”, Mahnoush H. Arsanjani, et al (ed.), Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden-Boston (2011), pp.845-890.
“Trend and Problems of the International Investment Law: from the Saipem Case”, Journal of China University of Political Science and Law, No. 2, March 2011, pp.48-57.WILLEMS Jane
“On the Limits of Freedom of Expression – from Comparative Law, especially Common Law Perspective” (Part II), Journal of Political Science and Law (Zhengfa Luncong), No. 1 (2011), Jinan, pp. 3-12.
“Constitutional Review in China: An Unaccomplished Project or a Mirage?”, Suffolk University Law Review, 43(3), 27 May 2010, pp. 625-653.
“當代中國政治與政府” (Government and Politics of Contemporary China;a national MPA textbook), co-authored with Wu Aiming and Lin Zheng, Beijing: Renmin University of China Press, revised ed., March 2010, 433 pages (40%).