Dr. Ge Zheng（郑戈）
Assistant Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
• Master of Laws, May 2002, Duke University, USA
• Doctorate in Law, July 1998, Peking University, China
• Master of Laws, July 1996, Peking University, China
• Baccalaureate in Law, Summa cum laude, July 1991, Sichuan University, China
• Edwards Fellow, Columbia University School of Law, 2003-2004
• Lecturing Fellow, Duke University School of Law, 2001-2002
• Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan Law School, July-September, 2000
• Assistant Professor of Law, Peking University School of Law, 1998-2000
• Editor, Peking University Law Journal, 1999-2002
• Academic Advisor, Peking University Law Review (edited by students), 1998-2001
• Editor, Chinese Book Review, 1998-2000
• Law Enforcement Officer, Public Security Bureau of Sichuan Province, China, 1991-1993
• Fellow, Institute of Law and Economics in Shanghai, since 2002
• Fellow, Unirule Institute of Economics, Beijing, since 2001
• Editor, Chinese Social Sciences Review, since 2002
• University Fellowship, University of Toronto, 2001-2003
• Connaught Fellowship, University of Toronto, 2000-2001
• Anna Ho Fellowship, Duke University, 2001-2002
• Prize for Distinction in Teaching, Peking University, 1998
• “Pragmatism in Holmes's Common Law”, Tsinghua Law Journal, Volume 1, Number 2, 2003
• “Knowledge and Human Action: A Study on Hayek”, Chinese Social Sciences Review, Volume 1, Number 1, 2002
• “Max Weber on the Distinctiveness of Western Law,” Icarus: A Journal on Ideas and Society (
• “Conseil d’Etat and the Rule of Law in France,” in Towards a Government under Law, edited by Ying Songnian, Law Books Pub. Co. (
• “Independence of Judiciary and Its Limits,” in Independence of Judiciary and Protection of Human Rights, edited by Gong Renren, Law Books, 2001
• “Is Legal Scholarship a kind of Social Sciences?” Peking University Law Journal, issue 1, 1998
• “The Social Construction of Legal Interpretation,” in Theories of Legal Interpretation, edited by Liang Zhiping, China University of Law and Politics Press, 1998
• “Norms, Order and Tradition,” in Order, Justice and Authority in Rural Society, edited by Wang Mingming and Stephen Feuchtwang, China University of Law and Politics Press, 1997.
• “Civil Law in Civil Society: A Study on the History of European Private Law,” Science of Law (China), issue 6, 1996.
• Oliver Wendell Holmes, Common Law. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng.
• Lon Fuller, Morality of Law. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng.
• Mirjan Damaška, Faces of Justice and State Authority. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng.
• Martin Loughlin, Public Law and Political Theory. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng.
• Alan S. Rosenbaum (ed.), Constitutionalism: the Philosophical Dimension. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng and Maolin Liu.
• Anthony Giddens, The Third Way. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng.
• Léon Duguit, Les transformations du droit public. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng.
• Henkin and Rosenthal (eds.), Constitutionalism and Rights. Translated into Chinese by George Zheng et al.