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China-EU Law Journal

China-EU Law Journal

Joint Chief Editors: A. Hatje; F. Liu

ISSN: 1868-5153 (print version)
ISSN: 1868-5161 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12689

Editors-in-Chief

Prof. Dr. Armin HATJE
University of Hamburg
Co-Dean, China-EU School of Law
at the China University of Political Science and Law
Beijing, P.R.China
e-mail: armin.hatje@jura.uni-hamburg.de

Prof. Dr. LIU Fei
Co-Dean, China-EU School of Law
at the China University of Political Science and Law
Beijing, P.R.China
e-mail: zhengfaliufei@163.com

Associate Editors

Prof. Dr. Björn AHL
Institute of East Asian Studies
University of Cologne, Germany
e-mail: bjoern.ahl@uni-koeln.de

Dr. ZHAO Tianshu
Research Manager, China-EU School of Law
at the China University of Political Science and Law
Beijing, P.R.China
e-mail: zts0504@hotmail.com

 

Legal English Editor

Claire WILSON, LL.B (Nottingham), LL.M. (Hong Kong)
 

Editorial Board

Dr. Stéphanie BALME, Tsinghua University, China
Prof. Dr. CHEN Lei, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Prof. Dr. Dr. CHEN Weizuo, Tsinghua University, China
Prof. Dr. Aalt Willem HERINGA; University of Mastricht, The Netherlands
Dr. HU Weilie, National Prosecutors College, China
Prof. Dr. Hinrich JULIUS, University of Hamburg, Germany
Prof. Dr. Stefan MESSMANN, Central European University, Hungary
Dr. Knut PISSLER, M.A. (Sinology), Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Germany
Prof. SHI Shaoxia, National Prosecutors College, China
Andrea WECHSLER M.A. (Oxon), LL.M. (Columbia), LL.M. (München)
Prof. Dr. XI Chao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Prof. Dr. ZHAO Yun, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong  
 
 

 

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    The China-EU Law Journal (CELJ) is a peer-reviewed publication bringing together Chinese, European and international perspectives on law.

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    • Chinese law
    • European legal developments of specific importance to China
    • The law of China-EU relations
    • China and Europe in a globalizing world.

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