Baomin Wang

Dr. Baomin Wang
Professor of Law
Director of  Legislation &Social Goverrnance
Sino-American Fulbright VRS (UC Berkeley )
Part-time Lawyer

Contact

School of Law
Xi’an Jiaotong University
28 Xianning West Road, Xi’an Shaanxi 710049
P R China
Tel:  +86 29 8266 3867
Fax:  +86 29 8266 5967
Email: baominwang@mail.xjtu.edu.cn
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AREAS of EXPERTISE-
Jurisprudence and Legal philosophy; 
Administrative Law and Constitutional Law ( Mainly Legislation, Public Law theory )

EDUCATION-
2005    Peking University, Doctor Degree (Law)
1997    Northwest University of Politics and Law, Master Degree (Law)
1992    Xian Foreign Languages University, Bachelor Degree (Literature);

EXPERIENCE-

Professor of Law,  Xian jiaotong University since March 2011.
Visiting Scholar of Free University of Brussel(The Vrije Universiteit Brussel )
Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar, University of California Berkeley.
Associate Professor of Law,  Xian jiaotong University since July 2005.
Lecturer,  Xian jiaotong University.
Interpreter and Translator, Shaanxi Liaoyuan Aero-Mech Corp. 
Part-time Lawyer ever since 2005.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS-
On the Role of the Government in the Modern Parliamentary Legislation, Shaanxi People Press (2009)
Jurisprudence, Vice Chief Editor, Xian Jiaotong University Press(2006)
Roscoe Pound. “Jurisprudence” Vol. Ⅳ, West Publishing Co. 1959. Translator, Law Press(2007).
The Democratic Guarantee of and Supervision & Control over Administrative Legislation of China,  Chinese Public Administration,No.3(2008).
Legislative Reform Trends of the Parliaments of Western Countries——Also on Legislative Role of the Government, Public Administration & Law, No.2(2008).
Evaluation Criteria of the Legislative Interaction Between Government and Parliament, Hebei Faxue,Vol.25, No.10(2007)
The Legal Development Patterns of China: Localized or Modernized. Expanding Horizons, Vol.l30, No. 4(2005).
Drafting Style of Legislation: Fussy or Fuzzy, Academic Research, Vol.217. No.12(2002).

COURSES TAUGHT-
For both Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students
1. Jurisprudence.  
2. Legislation.  
3. History of Western Legal Ideology. 
4. Legal Methodology.
5. Comparative Law.
6. International Human Rights Law