LL.M. Program

All-English LL.M. Program of SUFE Law

About LL.M. Program

 

All-English LL.M. is a program for foreign students’ postgraduate legal study provided by SUFE School of Law. Shanghai is one of the most developed cities in China, reflecting the development of the economics and society. SUFE is one of the renowned universities in China, whose graduates spread over the financial and fiscal area such as securities, insurance, banking and fund, having a significant influence across the country.

 

Based on the subject of law, supported and integrated by the rich teaching resources in the area of economics and management which is high-ranking nationally, this program aims to foster the legal professionals with international talents. Students in this program is supposed to: (1) have a solid foundation and deep understanding on Chinese Law and Comparative law; (2) possess the professional knowledge of economic law, civil & commercial law, etc., and be able to combine theory with practice; (3) possess a strong ability to observe, analyze, and research on legal issues; (4) become competent professionals in the field of economic law, civil & commercial law and relative areas after graduation.

 

The teaching staffs in this program have remarkable domestic education background, most of which have obtained the Ph.D. degrees from distinguished universities overseas. In Shanghai, School of Law has maintained intimate connections with various local governments and people’s courts, law firms, securities companies, commercial banks, insurance companies, fund companies and multi-national companies, etc. Excellent students from the LL.M. program may be recommended to visit, interview or have an internship in these institutions.

 

The program welcomes all the students who come from other countries in the world and possess diverse culture backgrounds to participate. The foreign students have the chance to study and live together with the outstanding Chinese law students, and make good friendship with them.

 

 

Teaching Faculty

 

Ms. Xiaoyan Song, Professor & Dean

Interests: Financial Law, International Law

Education: Ph.D. (Wuhan University)

Overseas Visiting Experience: Visiting Scholar at University of Wisconsin Law School

 

Mr. Weijun Ge, Professor & Vice Dean

Interests: Commercial Law

Education: Ph.D. (Kyushu University), LL.M. (Cambridge University)

Overseas Visiting Experience: Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Northwestern University Law School

 

Ms. Yuan Hu, Professor

Interests: Environmental and Resource Protection Law, Tax Law

Education: Ph.D. (Shanghai Jiaotong University)

 

 

Mr. Ling Hu, Associate Professor & Vice Dean

Interests: Jurisprudence

Education: Ph.D.(University of Hong Kong)

 

 

Ms. Wenfang Wu, Associate Professor

Interests: Labor Law, Economic Law

Overseas Experience: Studied at University of Münster, Germany

 

 

Ms. Jiaxin He, Associate Professor

Interests: Insurance Law

Education: Ph.D. (Shanghai Fudan University), LL.M. (University of Wisconsin)

Overseas Visiting Experience: Visiting Scholar at University of Oxford Law School

 

Ms. Yue Dai, Assistant Professor

Interests: International Tax, US Tax, US Tort Law

Education: J.D. (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

 

 

Ms. Xiao Pan, Assistant Professor

Interests: Commercial Law

Education: S.J.D. (University of Hong Kong), LL.M. (University of Michigan)

 

 

Ms. Pan Su, Assistant Professor

Interests: Financial Law

Education: Ph.D. (Peking University), LL.M. (Stanford University)

 

 

Mr. Yuanzhen Cai, Assistant Professor

Interests: Intellectual Property Law

Education: Ph.D. (Beijing University), Master of Law (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition)

 

Mr. Jize Jiang, Assistant Professor

Interests: Criminal law

Education: Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Chicago)

 

 

Ms. Yuhuan Wang, Assistant Professor

Interests: Constitutional Law and Administrative Law

Education: Ph.D. (Wuhan University)

Overseas Experience: Studied at University of Strathclyde Law School

 

 

Mr. Wangwang Xing, Assistant Professor

Interests: International Law, Ocean Law, Maritime Law, Marine Environmental Protection Law

Education: Ph.D. (Shanghai Jiaotong University)

Overseas Experience: Studied at Aarhus University, Denmark, Doctoral Joint Training

 

Ms. Daile Xia, Assistant Professor

Interests: Economic Law (Financial Law, Corporate Law)

Education: Ph.D. (Beijing University), LL.M. (Columbia University School of Law)

 

 

Ms. Tu Zhang, Assistant Professor

Interests: Jurisprudence, Human rights theory, Political philosophy, Moral philosophy

Education: Ph.D. (Leiden University, Netherlands)

 

 

Ms. Mingzhao Zhang, Assistant Professor

Interests: Maritime law, Marine insurance law, Marine cargo transportation law, Civil liability for marine pollution

Education: Ph.D.( Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

 

 

Ms. Wentao Yang, Assistant Professor

Interests: comparative law, environmental law, law and economics

Education: J.D. (Georgetown University)

Overseas experience:  B.S. in Economics and Psychology (UW-Madison), worked at a number of institutions, including the Harvard Legal Services Center

 

Ms. Nanying Tao, Assistant Professor

Interests: international law, international dispute settlement, comparative judicial system.   Education: Doctor of Civil Law (PhD) McGill University   Overseas experience: Teaching fellow at McGill University, Visiting scholar at Center for International Governance Innovation (Canada)

 

 

About the Course

 The period of LL.M. program is two years, including two-semester taught courses and two-semester thesis writing. All of the courses are taught in English. The lecturers include the faculties of School of Law and the experts from the practice. Each student will have an academic supervisor directing the research work and the LL.M. thesis writing. Students are encouraged to publish their papers.

 

 Curriculum

Compulsory Courses (29 Credits in total)

Major Elective Courses (6 Credits in total)

l  Regional Business Environment

l  Chinese economic law and regulation

l  China Overview

l  Topics on Chinese Economic Issues

l  ChineseⅠ

l  Chinese II

l  Law and society

l  Civil law

l  Commercial Law

l  Legal Research and Literature Search Methods

l  Administrative Law

l  Labor Law

l  International Financial Law

l  Intellectual Property Law

l  EU Law

l  The criminal law

l  Contract Law

l  International Environmental Law

l  International trade law

l  International investment law

l  International law

l  Moot Court Training

l  Company Law

Students need to obtain 35 credits in total, take all mandatory courses, pass all course examinations, complete a thesis in English, and pass the oral defense before obtaining the degree.

 

 

Tuition

70,000RMB/year (35,000 RMB/semester)

* Textbook fees not included.

 

 

Scholarship

Chinese University Postgraduate Program Scholarship, funded by the Chinese government, is a full-coverage scholarship designed for Chinese universities and certain provincial education offices in specific provinces or autonomous regions to enroll outstanding international students in English-given master’s programs and PhD programs. Students can submit applications directly to Chinese universities. For more details on the funding criteria and relevant Chinese government scholarships, please see the China Scholarship Council (CSC) website (http://www.campuschina.org)

 

 

Application

For further information on application procedure and materials, please visit Website of International Cultural Exchange School of SUFE: https://ices.sufe.edu.cn/en

 

 

Contact

School of Law, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Address: Law Building, No.777 Guoding Road, Shanghai, 200433

Contact: Qian (Emily) Huang, Secretary for Foreign Affairs

Tele: 021-65904165

Fax: 021-65904869

Website: http://law.shufe.edu.cn

Email: huang.qian@mail.shufe.edu.cn

 

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