YING Feihu is a Professor of Law at Shenzhen University Law School, Vice Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Shenzhen University Academic Commission, and Director of the Institute for the Protection of Disadvantaged Groups. Professor Ying received his Bachelor’s degree from Zhejiang University of Economics and Finance and his Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the Southwest University of Political Science and Law. In 2010, he was named one of China’s Top Ten Young Distinguished Jurists. In 2011, he was selected as one of Shenzhen’s Top Ten Distinguished Talents. Among his publications are Information, Rights and Transaction Security: Research on Consumer Protection (2008) and Research on Overcoming the Informational Failure through Institutions (2004). During his stay at Yale, Professor Ying will conduct research on how to use informational tools to protect food safety.
LI Jianfei is a Professor of Renmin University of China. He received his LL. M from the Southwest University of Political Science and Law and his Ph.D. from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and is a leading authority in labor law, social security law and the disabilities law. Currently, Professor LI is the Executive Director of the Chinese Labor Law Research Association and also of the China Social Law Society. He also serves as the Director of Renmin University’s Maritime and Insurance Law Research Institute and Deputy Director of the China disability institute at Renmin University. During his stay at Yale, Professor LI will conduct research on American disability law, including the protection of disabled individuals’ lawful rights and interests.
ZHU Jing is a Section chief for the Legislative Affairs Office of Shanghai Municipal People's Government. He received his B.A. in international economic law from Ningbo University in 2001. From 2002 to 2005, Mr. ZHU studied international law, specializing in international private law at East China University of Political Science and Law where he received his M.A. While at Yale, Mr. ZHU will conduct research on United States law and practice concerning the resolution of medical disputes through alternative dispute resolution.
ZHANG Xun is a staff member for the Department of Industry, Communications and Commerce of the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council of China. From 1990 to 1994, Ms. ZHANG studied economic law at the Faculty of Law, Renmin University, and was awarded her LL.B. Degree in 1994. From 1997 to 2000, she studied Civil Law as a part-time postgraduate student at the Faculty of Law, Renmin University, and was awarded her Master of Law Degree in 2000. While at Yale, Ms. ZHANG will conduct research on alternative regulatory options for administrative licensing.