Xiangpei Meng, People's Republic of China
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Research Focus: To compare judicial ethics for judges in China and the United States by using the system construction of judicial ethics for judges, the reality of the enforcement of the judicial ethics and the analysis of the reason, the influence of the judicial ethics to the judgment, the supervision of the judicial ethics and the punishment to the violators, and the system to guarantee the judicial ethics for judges.
About Meng: He is an associate professor and the deputy director of the Research Office of Civil Law in the Institute of Law at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. His research concentrates on comparative law, tort law, property law, and history of the legal system. Meng has previously worked in the People's Congress in Henan, a joint venture in Gunagdong, and a district court in Shanghai. A graduate of Nankai University (Bachelor of Law), Fudan University (Master of Law), and East China University of Political Science and Law (Doctor of Law), Meng has also studied at Tokyo University and Yamanachi Gakuin University, Japan. He has served as a visiting scholar in Aix-Marseille University (III), France, and Hiroshima University, Japan.
Visitor during the 2013-2014 academic year.