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Professor Xiao Yongping 肖永平Date:2009-08-22

Xiao Yongping

Professor of Law,  

Dean of Law School, Wuhan University
 
Managing Director, Wuhan University Institute of International Law
 
Executive Vice President, Chinese Society of Private International Law
 
 
Address: Institute of International Law, Wuhan University, Wuhan, Hubei 430072, P.R.China
E-mail: ypxiao@vip.sina.com
Tel: 00 86 (0) 27 68753621
Fax: 00 86 (0) 27 68754154
 
Research Interests
Comparative Private International Law
Sports Law
Interregional Conflict of Laws  
International Trade Law 
International Commercial Disputes Resolution
The Law of EU
Courses Taught
Private International Law
International Civil procedure Law
International Commercial Arbitration
Comparative Private International Law
International Trade Law
International Conflict of Laws
 
Employments
2007-present, Dean and Professor, School of Law, Wuhan University
2005-2007, Deputy Dean, School of Law, Wuhan University
2000-2004, Dean and Professor, Department of International Law, School of Law, Wuhan University; Managing Director, Wuhan University Institute of International Law
1999-present, Managing Director, Wuhan University Institute of International Law
1999-2000, Professor, Department of International Law, School of Law, Wuhan University
1997-1998, Professor and Deputy Dean, Department of International Law, School of Law, Wuhan University
1995-1997, Associate Professor and Deputy Dean, Department of International Law, School of Law, Wuhan University
1993-1995, Lecturer, School of Law, Wuhan University
 
Visiting Appointments
2006, Senior Research Scholar and Honorary Research Associate, School of Law, University of Birmingham
2000, Co-Researcher, Max-Planck Institute of Foreign Law and Private International Law
1998-1999, Visiting Scholar, Harvard-Yenching Institute
 
Professional Memberships
Executive Vice President, Chinese Society of Private International Law
Standing Member, Council of Legal Society of Hubei Province
Member, Council for Chinese Society of International Law
Standing Member, Council of Information Law Society, Chinese Society of Law
 
 
 
Education
S.J.D., Wuhan University (Wuhan, P.R.China), 1988-1993
LL.B., (then) Southwest Institute of Political Science and Law (Chongqing, P.R.China), 1984-1988
 
 
PUBLICATIONS
 
Books
1.        Wuhan University Lectures on International Law (co-editor-in-chief and contributor), Vol.1, Wuhan University Press, 2006
2.        Private International Law (co-editor), People’s Court Press & China Social Science Press, 2004
3.        Principles of Private International Law, Law Press, 2003
4.        Private International Law: Statutes, Cases and Materials (editor-in-chief), Law Press, 2003.
5.        Xiao Yongping on Conflict of Laws, Wuhan University Press, 2002
6.        The Unification of Private International Law in European Union (editor-in-chief),Wuhan University Press, 2002
7.        The Conflict of Laws Concerning Mainland China and Hong Kong (editor-in-chief), Hubei People’s Press, 2001
8.        The Prospect of International Law in the 21st Century (editor-in-chief), Hubei People’s Press, 2001
Articles in a Periodical
1.        Selected Topics on the Application of the CISG in China (co-author), Pace International Law Review, Vol.19, Issue 1, 2008
2.        The Evolving Notion of Nationality and Reform of the Law of Nationality (co-author), Law Review, Issue 6, 2007
3.        U.S Foreign Sovereign Immunities Law: Developments & Impacts (co-author), Wuhan University Journal, Issue 6, 2007
4.        On the Value-Orientation of Conflict of Laws Theories (co-author), Journal of Henan Administrative Institute of Politics and Law, Issue 3, 2007
5.        On the Proof and Application of Foreign Precedents in China, Chinese Legal Science, , Issue 5, 2006
6.        Dual Nationality from the Perspective of Globalization (co-author), Wuhan University Journal, Issue 5, 2006
7.        The Third Pillar of the Law of Obligations in Common Law Jurisdictions: A Study of the Law of Restitution (co-author), Journal of Comparative Law, Issue 3, 2006
8.        On the Concept and Nature of Culpa in Contrahendo (co-author), Journal of Henan Administrative Institute of Politics and Law, Issue 2, 2006
9.        The Emerging Chinese Schools of Legal Science and the Possibility of Luojia School, Academics in China, Issue 1, 2006
10.    Order Public in China’s Private International Law (co-author), The American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol.53, 2005
11.    On the Substantive Norms of Legal Research, Wuhan University Journal, Issue 6, 2005
12.    Misclassifications in Chinese Judicial Practice in Private International Law (co-author), Studies of Law and Business, Issue 6, 2005
13.    The Chinese Approaches to the Study of Conflict Rules, Political Science and Law Forum, Issue 4, 2005
14.    Redefinition of Preliminary Question in Private International Law (co-author), International Law Review of Wuhan University, Issue 3, 2005
15.    The Relationship Between Comparative Law and Conflict of Laws Revisited (co-author), Law and Social Development, Issue 2, 2005
16.    The Reform of Chinese Venture Capital Law: A Lesson from the U.S. Experience (co-author), Law Review, Issue 2, 2005
17.    On the Law Applicable to Capacity of Making Will (co-author), Journal of Henan Administrative Institute of Politics and Law, Issue 2, 2005
18.    Evaluation on Quebec Legislation on Private International Law (co-author), Journal of Henan Administrative Institute of Politics and Law, Issue 6, 2004
19.    Academic Thinking and Spirit of Professor Han Depei, Theoretical Front of Higher Education, Issue 11, 2004
20.    Recent Developments of Conflict of Laws in Europe (co-author), Chinese Legal Science, Issue 5, 2004
21.    On the Choice of Law for Restitution (co-author), Chinese Journal of Law, Issue 4, 2004
22.    Choice of Substantive Law in Arbitration (co-author), Journal of Huaiyin Normal College, Issue 3, 2004
23.    The Development of Modern International Law and the Construction of Advanced Legal Culture (co-author), Contemporary Legal Science, Issue 1, 2004
24.    Contemporary Issues of the Study of Chinese Private International Law, Legal Study, Issue 2, 2004
25.    The Third Restatement of Conflict of Laws: A New Proposal of American Scholars (co-author), Wuhan University Journal, Issue 1, 2004
26.    Recent Development of the Dual Principle of Tort Actions and Its Application in China: Comments on Artide28 of the Civil Law Code Draft (co-author), Journal of Henan Administrative Institute of Politics and Law, Issue 1, 2004
 
Articles in Collection
 
Prefaces or Epilogues
 
Official Advisory Reports
Advisory Report on the Supreme People’s Court’s Interpretation on Issues of Choice of Law in Civil and Commercial Cases Involving Foreign Elements (Second Draft), adopted by the Supreme People’s Court, May 2005