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Name : Zou Lijun(邹立君)

Gender: female

Date of Birth: January 26, 1976

Place of Birth: Liaoyuan, Jilin province, China

Business Address: 22 Hankou Road, Nanjing University Law School, Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China, Zip code: 210093

Mobile Phone: 18936032707

E-mail: zoulijun@nju.edu.cn

 

1. Education 

September 2003-June 2006, Jilin University, Ph.D., Law, The Construction of the Conception of Eunomics: On Lon Fuller’s Legal Theory.

September 2000-June 2003, Jilin University, M.A., Law, Taking “Living Law” Seriously: The Idea on Law in the Field of the Sociology of Law.

September 1996-June 2000, B.A., Law, Jilin Normal College (renamed Beihua University).

August 2017 to July 2018, UC Berkeley, USA, Visiting Scholar.

February 2010 to January 2011, San Francisco State University, USA, Visiting Scholar.

2. Work Experience

July, 2006 - nowadays, Nanjing University, Associate professor, teaching and researching at Jurisprudence and Foreign Legal History.

    

3. Awards and Group Memberships

Awards:

Study on Judges’ Professional Ethics from the Perspective of Institutional Incentives, Supported by National Social Science Foundation (July, 2019).

A scholarship awarded by the China Scholarship Funds (March, 2017).

Third prize of the eleventh China Law Youth Forum (2016).

An Empirical Study of Judicial Policy and Judicial Justice, Supported by National Social Science Foundation (June, 2011).

Second prize of the fifth China Law Youth Forum (2011).

Lawyer’s Certificate (2000).

Group Memberships:

Member of Chinese Law Society.

Member of Legal Professional Ethics Committee of the Chinese Ethics Society (director).

Member of Legal History Research Association of Jiangsu Law Society (secretary-general, standing director).

4. Publications

Books:

(1) The Construction of Eunomics: Study of Lon Fuller’s Legal Theory, Law Publishing House (2007).

(2) Robert M. Unger, Democracy Realized (trans.), China University of Political Science and Law Press (2007).

Articles:

(1) Reading Rosco Pound’s Jurisprudence (I) from the Perspective of Knowledge Increment, in Journal of Jilin University Social Science, No. 3, 2005.

(2) Anthropological Study of Globalization, in Chinese Book Review (I), Guangxi Normal University Press, Apr., 2005.

(3) The Center of Law’s Development is in Society, in Procuratorial Daily, 06/17/2005.

(4) The Internal Morality of Law: one Concept leads to Purposive Enterprise, in Tribune of Social Sciences, No. 12, 2005.

(5) Question the “reality”: One New Theory Approach, in Tribune of China Politics and Law, No.6, 2005.

(6) Transcendence of Eunomics: Construction of Lon Fuller’s Idea of Legal Order, in Legal Science, No. 1, 2006.

(7) “Ideal Picture”, “World Structure” and “Define China”, in Hebei Law Science, No. 12, 2006.

(8) The Construction of Social Order from the Perspective of Ideal Picture, in Modern Law Science, No. 2, 2007.

(9) Discourse Analysis of the “Value Substance, Devalue Procedure” Thesis, in Law and Social Development, No. 4, 2008.

(10) Criticism of the Source-based Criteria of Legal Validity, in Hebei Law Science, No. 3, 2008.

(11) Political Rationality of Judicial Policy, in Journal of Liaoning University, No. 5, 2012.

(12) Analysis on “Active Justice” Ambiguity, in Studies in Law and Business, No. 6, 2012.

(13) “Judicial Demolitions” as a Public Policy, in Qinghai Social Sciences, No. 5, 2013.

(14) Not Self-evident “Legal Ideal-Picture of China”, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, No. 4, 2013.

(15) The Justice Concept in line with “Rights” and Our Critique, in Nanjing University Law Review, Spring Volume, 2015.

(16) Judicial Competence: Process Thinking that Regulates Judges’ Decisions, in Law and Social Development, No. 5, 2017.