法学院

School of Law

Chinese 

CHENG Jie

Associate Professor of Law 

Education background

• Peking University Law School, Ph.D. in Law, 1999.

• China University of Politics and Law, Master in Law, 1996.

• China University of Politics and Law, Bachelor in Law, 1993.

Experience

National People’s Congress Standing Committee, Hong Kong and Macau Basic Law Committee, 2006-7

Fulbright Senior Visiting Scholar, Yale Law School, 2003-4.

Research Interests:

Theory of Constitutionalism, Land Taking, Freedom of Information Law, Hong Kong and Macau Basic Law

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Hong Kong and Macau Basic Law, Legal Clinic (Civil Rights Assistance)

Academic Achievement

Book:

• Open Government Under Law—A Constitutionalist Perspective, China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2002.

Translation (Books):

• Parliamentary Ombudsman in Sweden, Beijing:Tsinghua University Press,2002.

• Readers: Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, Beijing: Foreign Language Press, 200

Select Articles:

1. Constitutional Reflections on Judicial Referring, in Jurist Review, Vol. 4, 2007.

2. Authority of the Central Government and Autonomy of Special Regions, in Legal Science, Vol.8, 2007.

3. Hong Kong’s Judiciary under the Dual Track Politics, in China Legal Science, Vol. 5, 2006.

4. Observation and Experiences of Yale’s Legal Education, in Legal Science, Vol. 6, 2006.

5. "Chinese Parliamentary Sovereignty: Constitutional Ground, Challenges and Transformation Prospects" in Harvard China Review, Vol. VII, Issue 1, Spring 2006, pp. 36-44.

6. Procedural Wrongs and Reconstruction in Land Taking Cases, in Chinese Journal of Law, Vol. 1, 2006.

7. Application of Mediation in Qing Dynasty: A Perspective from Huangyan Litigation Archive, in Tiantao ect eds: HUANGYAN LITIGATION ARCHIVE AND INVESTIGATION REPORT, Law Press, 2004.

8. Standing Questions in American Constitutional Law, in Constitutionalism Collection, Vol.4, 2004.

9. Judicial Review Power in Land Taking Disputes, in Chinese Journal of Law, Vol. 2, 2004.

10. Financial Transparency and Open Auditing, in China Audit, 2003(5)。

11. Independent Auditing and Government Responsibility, in China Audit, 2003(3).

12. Democracy and Rule of Law, in Gao Hongjun etc., RULE OF LAW: THEORIES AND INSTITUTIONS, China University of Politics and Law Press, 2002.

13. Law Making and Law Enforcement in China, by Norwegian Institute of Human Rights, 2002.

14. Three Origins for Constitutionalism, in Tsinghua Law Review, Vol.4, 2002.

15. Toward a More Open Society: Examination of Access to Information in China, in Tsinghua Rule of Law Collection, Vol.3, 2002.

16. Transparency and Secrecy: Focus on Open Government Information System, in Yuelu Law Review, Vol.2, 2001.

17. One Country, Two Democracies, in Important Practice of Hong Kong Basic Law, Beijing University Press, 2000.

18. Kang Youwei’s Constitutional Thoughts, in Law and Business Study, Vol.2, 1999.