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江照信 副教授 

 

 

E-mail:jiangzhaoxin@sdu.edu.cn

 

 

 


个人简介:

江照信,男,1974年出生,山东沂源人。 法学博士、历史学博士,山东大学法学院副教授。

 

教育背景:

1. 8.2018-6.2020, 法学博士(JSD,比较宪法专业)威斯康辛大学-麦迪逊分校

2. 9.2017-6.2018, 法学硕士(JSM),斯坦福大学

3. 9/2005-8/2008: 史学博士 (Ph.D,中国法律史专业),香港中文大学

4. 9/2003-1/2005: 史学硕士(M.A.),斯坦福大学

5. 9/1999-7/2002: 法学硕士(M.A.),北京大学(优秀毕业生)

6. 9/1993-7/1997: 法学学士(B.A.),烟台大学


研究兴趣:

法律史、比较宪法、行政法、法律与社会、婚姻家庭法、著作权法、国际法


工作经历:

1.2008至今,山东大学法学院副教授

2.2012-2014,康奈尔大学法学院(Cornell Law School)博士后研究


历年讲授课程

1.英文课程:外国留学生博士班中国法导论课程

2.中文课程:中国法律史、宪法学、行政法学、婚姻家庭法、国际刑法、法律英语、普通法导论、研究方法论


项目研究:

1.2011-2014,主持国家社科基金一般项目《民国司法志:法律民族化运动考》研究,已经结项。

2.2008-2009年参加香港政府基金资助项目《民国北京都市发展研究》,本人负责北京档案馆司法档案的调研与整理。


专著:

1.《中国法律“看不见中国”:居正司法时期研究(1932-1948), 北京:清华大学出版社,2010年。

2.《民国司法志:法律民族化运动考 (1912-1948)》,杭州:浙江大学出版社,即将出版。.


译著:

1. 布鲁斯·阿克曼:《建国之父的失败: 杰斐逊、马歇尔与总统制民主的兴起》,北京:中国政法大学出版社,2013、2017年。

2. 万安黎:《担保论:全球金融市场中的法律推理》(导论、结论章),北京:中国民主法制出版社,2013年。


论文:

1. “法律民族化运动:关于民国司法改革的一个整体观点(1912-1949),” 《师大法学》,2019 (即将出版)。

2. “Instituting the Chinese Legal Exceptionalism: The Making of China’s Apex Court (1928-1949),” Frontiers of Law in China, 2019 (即将出版)

3. “Consequential Court and Judicial Leadership: The Unwritten Republican Judicial Tradition in China”, in Yun Zhao, Michael Ng(eds.), Chinese Legal Reform and the Global Legal Order: Adoption and Adaptation, Cambridge University Press, 2018.

4.《司法民族主义(1922-1931):司法的政治参与、进程与意义》,《清华法学》,2017。

5.《近代司法的变迁》,载《中国近代法律史讲义》(研究生教材),北京:九州岛出版社,2016。

6.《法律民族化运动:以民族主义解读民国司法史》,载《复旦大学法律评论》第3辑,2016.

7.《由司法革命到法官罢工:民国司法进程问题(1912-1921)》,《北大法律评论》,第15卷第1辑,2014年。 

8.《民国没有反沈派:立宪派司法与辛亥派司法》,《法制史研究》(台北),第24期,2013年。

9.《民国司法党化问题与法律主义化进程》,载林端等编《司法、政治与社会:中国大陆的经验研究》,台北:翰芦图书出版公司,2012年。

10.《汪楫宝与民国司法志》,《法制史研究》(台北),第21期,2012年。

11.《一段鲜为人知的民国司法志》,《(居正著)法律哲学导论》导读,北京:商务印书馆,2012。

12.《民国司法志:解读先由数字始》,《司法.第七辑:近代司法专号》,厦门:厦门大学出版社,2012。

13.《辛亥革命与民国司法:居正司法时期(1912-1948)》,《明清论丛》,第十一辑,2011年。 

14.《以史立论:案件与法学的认识问题》,《法律方法》,第八卷,2009。

15.《中国法律“看不见中国”:居正与三十年代变法》,《法制史研究》(台北),第14期,2008。


会议论文与报告讲座

1.《翁岳生司法时期(1972-2007):由民国司法看台湾司法》,哈尔滨:第五届两岸和平发展法学论坛,2016年8月。

2.《司法民族主义(1922-1931):外国“人”与民国司法大宪章运动》,北京:清华大学汉语法学论坛,2016年7月。

3.《司法民族主义:民国司法的政治参与问题》,台北:东吴大学人文社会学院,2016年3月。

4.大法官司法:翁岳生司法时期(1972-2007)》,台北:政治大学国际关系研究中心,2015年8月。

5.“The Lost Soul Mates: On the First Judge’s Strike in China”(英文), 康奈尔大学法学院,2013年11月。

6.《大司法院模式:居正与民国司法形成时期(1932-1948)》,台北:中研院法律学所,2012年7月。

7.《没有大法官的民国司法史(1912-1948)》,台北:东吴大学法学院法律系公法研究中心,2012年6月。


英文会议论文:

1.“The Lost Chinese Republicanism(1912-1971): History of China’s Constitutional Court” (《忘却的民国法律史:中国宪法法院》, 发表于第三届中国法律与历史国际学术研讨会,台北大学,2019年5月。

2.“Daily Perspective: History of a Court in the Chinese Diaries” presented on Stanford Program in Law and Society 5th Conference for Junior Researchers, Stanford Law School, May, 2018 (《民国司法院:蒋介石日记中的法律史》,发表于第五届斯坦福大学法律与社会第五届青年学者论坛,2018年5月。)

3.“Consequential Court and its Leadership: The Unwritten Republican Judicial Tradition in China”, Beyond Convergence and Divergence – Chinese Legal Reform and Global Legal Order (《尚未书写的中华民国司法传统》,发表于《超越融合与分野:中国法律改革与全球法律秩序》国际研讨会,香港大学, 2015.

4.“A Magistrate Impeached: An Interpretation of Legal Change”, 《明清中国的法律与社会》国际研讨会(南京),2011年12月。


访问研究:

1. 3/2016,东吴大学法学院(台北)

2.7-8/2015,政治大学国际关系研究中心(台北)

3. 4-7/2012,中央研究院法律学所(台北)

4. 5-6/2006,政治大学法学院(台北)


语言能力:

中文、英文、基础法语




Jiang, Zhaoxin

Associate Professor

JSD; Ph.D.

E-mail: jiangzhaoxin@sdu.edu.cn


Education Backgrounds

1. 8/2018-(2020), JSD, University of Wisconsin Law School

2. 9/2017-6.2018, JSM, Stanford Law School

3. 9/2005-8/2008. Ph.D in History, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

4. 9/2003-1/2005. M.A in History, Stanford University

5. 9/1999-7/2002. M.A in Law, Graduation with Excellence, Beijing University

6. 9/1993-7/1997. B.A in Law, Yantai University


Research Interest

Global Development of Court, Comparative Constitutional Law, Legal History, Law and Society, International Law, Family Law, Copyright Law


Working Experiences

1. 11/2008 up to now: Associate Professor in Law School, Shandong University.

2. 8/2012 -8/2014, Postdoctoral Associate in the Clarke Program in East Asian Law

and Culture at Cornell Law School; the First Chinese Postdoctoral Associate for the Think Tank “Meridian 180”


Courses Taught

1. English Course for Foreign Ph.D. Students: Introduction to China’s Law and Legal System

2. Chinese Courses for M.A. and B.A. Students: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Chinese Legal History, Family Law, International Criminal Law, Comparative Criminal Law, Legal Methodologies


Publications

Books:

1. China Law “Can’t See China”: A Study on Ju Zheng’s Judicial Era (1932-1948), Beijing: Qinghua University Press, 2010.

2. Judicial Nationalism in the Republic of China (1912-1948) (Hangzhou: Zhejiang University Press, in progress).


Textbook:

Lectures on Modern Chinese Legal History (co-author), Beijing: Jiuzhou Publishing House, 2016.


Edited Book:

Collected Legal Writings by Xie Guansheng, (Qinghua University Press, 2019) (Forthcoming)


Translation Books (English to Chinese):

1. Bruce Ackerman. The Failure of the Founding Fathers. Beijing: China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2013; 2017.

2. Annelise Riles. Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets (Introduction and Conclusion Chapters). Beijing: China Democracy and Legal Press, 2013.


Articles and Book Chapters:

1. “China’s Constitutional Court (1948-1971): The Untold Leader of Judicial Review and Its Legacies,” under review for upcoming journal publication.

2. “The Legal Nationalism Movement: An Overview of Judicial Reforms During the ROC Era(1912-1949),” Normal University Law Review(Shanghai), 2019 (forthcoming)

3. “Instituting the Chinese Legal Exceptionalism: The Making of China’s Apex Court (1928-1949),” Frontiers of Law in China, 2019 (forthcoming)

4.“Consequential Court and Judicial Leadership: The Unwritten Republican Judicial Tradition in China”, in Ng. & Zhao(eds.), Chinese Legal Reform and the Global Legal Order: Adoption and Adaptation, Cambridge University Press, 2018.

5. “Judicial Nationalism(1922-1931): On the Chinese Judges’ Role in the National Politics”, Qinghua Law Journal, 2017.

6. “Judicial Nationalism Movement in Modern China: A Theoretical Perspective”, in Fudan Law Review, Vol.3, 2016.

7. “The Lost Soul Mates: On the First Judges’ Strike in China”, in PKU Law Review, No.1, Vol 15, 2014.

8. “There was no Judges against Shen Jiaben in the Republic of China”, in Legal History Studies (Taipei), Vol 24, 2013.

9. “Political Control over the Courts and Its Impacts in ROC (1926-1948)”, in Lin Duan at al. (eds.) Justice, Politics and Society in China Mainland: An Empirical Study, Taipei: Hanlu Book & Publishing, 2013.

10. “Wang Jibao and His Minguo Sifazhi”, in Legal History Studies (Taipei), Vol. 21, 2012.

11. “Xinhai Revolution and Republican Legal Reform”, in Ming-Qing Luncong, Vol. 11, 2011.

12. “To Put Law into Historical Perspectives: Law Cases and the Epistemology in Legal Studies”, in Legal Methodology, Vol.8, 2009.

13. “Ju Zheng and Legal Reformations in 1930s”, in Legal History Studies (Taipei), Vol.14, 2008.


Public Talks

1, “Judicial Nationalism: On the Judges’ Political Involvements in ROC”, at School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Soochow University (Taipei), March 2016.

2. “The Lost Soul Mates: On the First Judges’ Strike in China”, in the East Asian Law and Culture Colloquium, Cornell Law School, November 2013. (Elected by the JD students as the BEST colloquium talk of the year).

3, “A Pattern for a Larger Judicial Yuan”, at the Law Center of Academia Sinica at Taipei, July 2012.

4, “A Judicial History without Grand Justices”, at Law School of Soochow University (Taipei), June 2012.


Conference English Presentations

1. “The Lost Chinese Republicanism: History of China’s Constitutional Court,” Bi-annual Conference of The International Society for Chinese Law and History, 31 May – 1 Jun 2019, National Taipei University, Taiwan.

2. “Leading the Second Wave of Judicial Review: A Socio-Historical Analysis of China’s Constitutional Court”, 2018 Midwest Law and Society Retreat, UW-Madison.

3. “Daily Perspective: History of a Court in the Chinese Diaries”, Stanford Program in Law and Society 5th Conference for Junior Researchers, Stanford Law School, May, 2018.

4. “Consequential Court and its Leadership: The Unwritten Republican Judicial Tradition in China”, presented on a Conference Beyond Convergence and Divergence – Chinese Legal Reform and Global Legal Order, Hong Kong University, June 1, 2015.

5. “A Magistrate Impeached: An Interpretation of Legal Change”, presented on the International Conference on Chinese Legal Change and Reform, Nanjing, Dec. 10-12, 2011.


Visiting Scholarships

1. 3/1-3/30,2016, Visiting Scholar to Soochow University Law School at Taipei.

2. 7-8/2015. Visiting Scholar to Institute of International Relations, Cheng Chi University at Taipei.

3. 8-12/2014.Visiting Scholar at Cornell Law School; Part-time “Meridian 180” Forum Translator.

4. 4-7/2012. Visiting Scholar to Law Institute, Academia Sinica at Taipei


Linguistic Ability:

Chinese, English, French