Professor Wang Shizhou (born on June 20, 1953 in Fujian Province) studied at the Law Faculty of Peking University (1978-1985), where he received his LL.B. and his first LL.M. degree, and also at the Law School of the University of California at Berkeley, USA (1987-1988), where he received his second LL.M degree as a CLEEC scholar.
From 1994 to 1996 he worked on a research project as Alexander-von-Humboldt Research Fellow in Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg and in the University of Augsburg, Germany. He also worked in Advanced Legal Studies in University of London in 2004 as a British Academy K C Wong' Research Fellow. He has worked at the Law Faculty of Peking University since 1985 and is Professor of Law & LL.D Supervisor now with the principal subjects of Chinese criminal law, comparative criminal law and international criminal law.
Since 2007, Professor Wang has been engaged as Visiting Professor of Stanford University in the Beijing Program and Huaqiao University. He assisted the drafting of the Chinese Anti-Security Fraud Regulation, provided legal consultative opinions for Chinese Security Law, Copyright Law and many separate criminal regulations and participated in the preliminary work for the drafting of the Chinese Criminal Code of 1997.
By the end of 2009, Professor Wang has published 20 textbooks, monographs, translated books published in addition to numerous articles, some of which are written in English or German and some have been translated into Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Russian.
Professor Wang is the winner of the Humboldt Research Award in 2009.
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