This course consists of the concept of civil law, the regulative objects, the sources of civil law, basic principles, the common theory of civil legal relationship, civil subject, the civil juristic acts, the agency, SOL and the application of civil law, etc.
Commercial Law: General Theory
The course is to be featured with comparative law studies. The particularities of Chinese commercial law, is to be identified on the basis of common institutions of commercial law among different countries. The students are to be trained to find and apply relevant statutes to real cases so as to improve their capacity in legal analysis.
This lesson starts from the basic theory of constitutional law, while analyzing and discussing the constitutional rights and the design of constitutional system. So far, constitutional law has endured a process of transforming from a declaratory, revolutionary law to a legal, procedural law, also the emphasis of constitutional principles has shifted from substantive justice to procedural justice. In that process, the basic system design of constitution corresponds to the above-mentioned transformation procedure, changing from the emphasis on parliamentary sovereignty and electoral system to the emphasis on constitutional assurance and the multi-level participation of citizen. Acknowledging the basic orientation of constitutional law not only help us to better understand and analyze the current constitutional system, but also guide us to further reflect the gap between social demands and established constitutional system.
Intellectual Property Law
This is a basic law school class designed for undergraduate student. It has three aims.
Firstly, makes students master fundamental theory of Chinese intellectual property law.
Secondly, gives a full vision of the current legislation, justice and law enforcement situation about Chinese intellectual property law.
Lastly, introduces the main idea of national intellectual property strategy and enterprise intellectual property strategy.
Property law is a compulsory lesson for law school students. Property law is an indispensable part of modern market economy, which aims at regulating property ownership. Not only can property law maintain the property ownenship order, but also lay a reliable foundation for the sound circulation of property, which has a significant impact on social and economic life. By learning this lesson, students can acquire the basic knowledge of property law, analyze hot and complex issues of property law, strengthen the understanding and application of property law, and improve the ability of solving practical problems.
Criminal Law: General Theory
This course focuses on explaining the knowledge of the general part of criminal law and clarifying the norm of criminal law. In this course, the professor will systematically narrate some basic theoretical issues of the criminal law of our county, especially the latest research achievement, as well as some theoretical knowledge and latest trends of criminal law. This course will also allow students to discuss some cases and practical questions to have a better understanding of criminal law.
Specific Provisions of Criminal Law
This course mainly focuses on the traditional crimes, the economic crimes and the job-related crimes, including crimes of endangering national security in Chapter I, crimes of endangering public security in Chapter II, crimes of infringing upon citizen's right of the person and democratic rights in Chapter IV, crimes of property violation in Chapter V and crimes of obstructing the administration of public order in Chapter VI. This course mainly covers and explores the concept of specific cirmes, the protection of legal rights, the special constitutive elements of crime, the solution to puzzling cases and controversial issues, the regulations in legislative interpretation, the content of judicial interpretation, and the criminal liablity of important crimes. This course lays emphasis on developing students' ability of legal thinking and solving knotty cases.
Administrative Law and Administrative Litigation Law
The course "Administrative Law and Administrative Litigation Law” is one of the 14 key courses for college and university students majored in law. The course will completely, systematically and thoroughly expound and explain the basic theories and knowledge of administrative law and litigation law, including: (I) the general theories and basic principles of administrative law; (II) the general theories of administrative law subject, the duties, authorities and measures of administrative subject and the rights and obligations of private party; (III) the general theories and the natures, characteristics, constitutive elements and legal requirements of administrative action, and the particular procedures of several main administrative actions; (IV) the general theories of administrative remedies, the natures, functions, scopes, jurisdictions, procedures and judgment criteria of administrative review and administrative litigation; (V) the general theories and the constitutive elements, imputation principles, scopes, methods, standards and procedures of administrative compensation. The course also will comment on the practices and doctrines of China’s administrative law; at the meanwhile, The course also will comment on achievements and shortcomings of foreign administrative law. Inheriting, criticizing and sublating various doctrines of foreign administrative jurisprudence, such as power-control theory, regulatory theory, power standard theory and right standard theory, etc, the course will preliminary formulated a theoretical framework of administrative law with Chinese characteristics.
International law is the law of nations. Countries are subject to international law in much the same way that people are subject to domestic law. It imposes specific obligations and rights on nations, just as domestic law imposes them on individuals. Its purpose is similar to that of domestic law: eliminate international disorder by stipulating how states should behave towards each other.
"This course will provide a general philosophy for understanding the frameworks of modern regulations, antitrusts and public businesses. By introducing the core ideas, rationality, and principles of sub-division of economic law, and its specific embeddness of Chinese related arguments and practice.
Jurisprudence is the science, study and theory of law. It includes principles behind law that make the law. Scholars of jurisprudence, also known as jurists or legal theorists (including legal philosophers and social theorists of law), hope to obtain a deeper understanding of the nature of law, of legal reasoning, legal systems and of legal institutions.
Chinese Legal History
"The legal history of China" is the foundation courses of law major, which introduces the historical periods of the origin and development of Chinese legal, discourses on the form, content , basic principles, characteristics and historical status of the different periods of the legal system, discusses the relationship between legal thought, social change and the law evolution, so that the students know about the historical experience and national characteristics of the construction of Chinese legal system.
This lesson focuses the general theory of civil procedure law, including the concept of civil procedure law, civil jurisdiction, client, evidence system, prosecution and response to it, triall of first instance, trial and second instance, retrial, special procedures, and enforcement procedure.
Foreign Legal History
The History of Foreign Legal Systems is a course covering almost the whole process of all important legal systems in human history, including the history of the evolution of law and the history of legal systems. It involves the legal systems of Ancient Babylonian Kingdom, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome; those of Germanic Law, Medieval France, England, the Revival of Roman Law, Canon Law, Muslim Law; and those of modern England, America, France, Germany and Japan. The Purpose of which is to enable the students to perceive law in a perspective of evolution.
History of Western Legal Thoughts
The course pays much attention on strengthening students' ability to read, think and write. We will read western legal classics, including, but not limited to, Utopia, The Laws, Nicomachean Ethics, Politics, The Prince, Shakespeare' s Roman dramas, British period drama, Venice dramas, Leviathan, Two Treatises of Government, The Federalist Papers, On the Origin of human inequality, The Social Contract, Metaphysics of Morals, Elements of the Philosophy of Right, Genealogy of Morals, Discipline and Punish, and A Theory of Justice, etc.
International Economic Law
International economic law is the legal norm sum to adjust the international economic activities and international economic relations. International economic law is a legal borderline complex which involves the international law and domestic law, "public" and "private law ", international business law and national foreign economic law.
Law of Obligations
The Law of Obligations is one of the compulsory courses of civil law. This course covers basic rules and theory of contract, tort, unjust enrichment and negotiorum gestio, as well as the common rules of all types of obligations.
The goal of teaching Legal English is to help students with their legal vocabulary and expression. Besides, when teaching law, the teacher also demonstrates the special linguistic phenomenons that only exists in legal English, thereby makes it easier for students to understand. legal English. This lesson will be conveyed by English, and students are required to think and express explain legal issues in English.
Private International Law
Private international law is a law which adjusts foreign civil legal relationship, it attempts to solve law conficts. Confirming proper law, international civil procedure law, nationality, as well as the status of foreigners is the content of private international law.
The Chinese Legal Philosophy History
This course takes legal thoughts and legal philosophies, which have existed during Chinese history, as objects of research. It systematically introduces the legal thoughts of China, and of modern China, the content of the courese can be laid out as follows: major schools of thought and their representatives, the main idea of each school, the calims of great thinkers and how these claims affected later laws and social ideologies.