Professor Xiangshun Ding
Professor Xiangshun Ding is Professor of Law and Director of the Department of Comparative Law at Renmin University of China Law School. He is also the Director of the Trilateral Cooperation Studies Center, Renmin University of China, overseeing the Trilateral Governmental Campus Asia Project sponsored by the governments of China, Japan and South Korea, and Vice Dean of Renmin University of China Asia-Pacific Institute of Law.
Professor Ding studied law in several universities in China, Japan and the USA. He holds a doctoral degree from Renmin University of China, LL.M. degrees from Jilin University in China and Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University, USA.
He has been a visiting scholar at Waseda University Faculty of Law and Ritsumei Kan University Faculty of Law, Japan, and a Fulbright visiting scholar at Harvard University Law School.
He also holds visiting professorships, teaching courses in Chinese Law and Chinese Law and Society at Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University, USA, Meiji University Faculty of Law and Nagoya University Faculty of Law, Japan, and Geneva University Faculty of Law, Switzerland.
He is Director of the Board of the Chinese Comparative Law Society and Vice President of the Beijing Comparative Law Society.
His main fields of academic interest include comparative law, the comparative legal profession and legal education.
His publications are written in Chinese, Japanese and English, and have been published in China, Japan, South Korea and the USA.