Jiang Ping graduated from the Law Department of Moscow University in 1951. He is now a professor emeritus at CUPSL, and doctoral supervisor for Civil and Commercial law.


Vice president of the China Economic-law Research Association

Director of the Beijing Arbitration Commission

Consultant and arbitrator with the expert committee of the China International Economic- and Trade-arbitration Commission

He has been a lecturer at Ghent University in Belgium, the University of Hong Kong, the second Roman University in Italy, Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan, and Columbia University in the United States. He holds an honourary Law doctorate from Ghent University, and has served as honourary professor of Law at the Pontifical Catholic University in Peru.

Principal publications

The Law Volume, Encyclopedia of China, as chief editor and editorial-board member of the Civil Law discipline

Summary of Civil and Commercial Law in Western Countries, as independent author

Research on the Legal-person System, as chief editor

A Complete Book of Commercial Law, as chief editor 


Listed among “Young and Middle-aged Experts with Outstanding Contributions” and named a “National Excellent Teacher”

The three volumes of Principles of Criminal Jurisprudence, of which he was chief editor, won the top prize at the second National Book Awards

Chinese Criminal Jurisprudence, of which he was chief editor, won the special prize at the 2nd Excellent-textbook Awards for Chinese Colleges and Universities

Criminal Law, of which he was chief editor, won the 1st prize at the China National Excellent-textbook Awards and 1st prize at the Excellent-textbook Awards of the Ministry of Justice

He has been listed in the international Who's Who in Cambridge, England, and on various lists of famous scholars and jurists in China.

Professor Jiang has been teaching Civil Law at CCRTVU since 1985, serving as editor-in-chief and lecturer for the course.