法学院

School of Law

Chinese 

LU Xiaojie

Associate Professor

Education background

• LL.D., International Business and Commercial Law, Sept 2002- Aug 2005, Kyushu University, Japan

• Master of Law, Civil and Commercial Law, Sept 1996-Jul1999, Tsinghua University, School of Law, Beijing, China

• Bachelor of Engineering, Sept 1991-Jul 1996, Tsinghua University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Beijing, China

Experience

Obtained Chinese lawyer qualification in 1998

Working on The Application of Precautionary Principle in WTO Law project

Undertaking two courses in Tsinghua Law School in Fall 2005, one of which is WTO Law for undergraduate students, and the other is Leading Cases in WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism for graduate students. 

Concurrent Academic

• Lecturer,International Trade Law, Jul 1999 up to now, Tsinghua University, School of Law, Beijing, China

• Visiting Scholar, Aug 2004-Jan 2005, University of Michigan, School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A

• Research Fellow, International Lawyer Program on German and EU Law, July 2002, Munich University, School of Law, Munich, Germany

• Visiting Scholar, Jul 1999-May 2000, Meijo University, Department of Law, Nagoya, Japan

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

 International Economic Law, regulation of international trade

The Application of Precautionary Principle in WTO Law, legal effects of WTO Agreements in domestic legal orders, such as in U.S., E.U., Japan and China

Academic Achievement

• The Doctrine of Consistent Interpretation and Its Implications to Domestic Effects of WTO Agreement, in Gendai No Gyosei Funso (Studies on Modern Administrative Disputes) 527, 2004

• Legal Problems on the Tax Rules of the Source of Loyalty Income in International Technology Transactions, 4th Tsinghua Law Review 2002