Wang Chuanli, professor at China University of Political Science and Law, supervisor for doctoral candidates.

Education Background: English, School of Foreign Languages, Peking University
Master of Law in International Law, School of Law, Jilin University
Doctor of Law in International Economic Law, School of Law, Wuhan University

From 1983 to 1984, she was seconded to the Department of Treaty Law, Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade (now the Ministry of Commerce of the P.R.C.) to participate in the drafting of China Foreign Trade Law and The Law of the People's Republic of China on Chinese-Foreign Equity Joint Ventures. From 1990 to 1991, she was a senior visiting scholar at Columbia University School of Law. She was awarded the certificate of completion of study from the Center for Chinese Legal Studies of Columbia University School of Law and the Park School of Foreign and Comparative Jurisprudence, Columbia University.

Part-time Work

Professor Wang has worked as Vice Director of the Research Committee of WTO Law, China International Law Society, Standing Director of the Chinese Society of International Economic Law, Vice Chairman of Beijing International Law Society, Expert Consultant for People’s Government of Beijing Municipality, Arbitrator for China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Arbitrator for Beijing Arbitration Commission, and part-time lawyer for Beijing Fada Law Firm.

Her main publications include Legal Effects of International Economic Contracts, Law of Cargo Trade, Legal Systems of Trade under Government Administration, International Property Law, Comparative Foreign Investment Law, Back to GATT - General Agreement on Tariffs and China.

Since 1999, Professor Wang has been teaching International Economic Law in China Central Radio and TV University (now the Open University of China) and working as chief editor of the textbook International Economy.