Study in China
Gu Baizhong, Yuan Faqiang, Xia Fe, Ma He, Zhu Lanye, He Ping, Si Pingping, Jia Xiling, Gan Ying, Liao Zhimin and other leading scholars from the East China University of Politics and Law.
James A.R. Nafziger — Thomas B. Stoel Professor of Law and Director, China Program, Willamette; Honorary Professor, East China University of Politics and Law; Member, Northwest China Council; Member, Executive Council, International Law Association and Executive Committee, American Branch, ILA; Chief Administrave Officer, American Society of Comparative Law; Secretary, American Society of International Law.
Paul Diller — Associate Professor, Willamette; leading scholar in American local government law; consultant on local government law for a public health nonprofit organization; member, two state bars and U.S. Supreme Court bar; former trial attorney for U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, and law clerk to federal appellate court judge.
Jeff Dobbins — Associate Professor of Law, Willamette; Executive Director, Oregon Law Commission; former law clerk to Senior Associate Justice John Paul Stevens, U.S. Supreme Court; previously: litigation attorney in private practice, Appellate Attorney, Environment and Natural Resources Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice; specialist in civil procedure, appellate process, administrative law, and law reform processes.
Paolo Farah — Assistant Professor, University of Milan; specialist in international economic law; principal investigator, European Commission project on China-related energy resource issues; Coordinator of European Commission project on sustainable energy investments.
Mei Ming-Jin — Attorney in China-related practice (Portland and Shanghai), working with U.S. companies in acquiring and establishing businesses in China; drafting equity and contractual joint ventures documentation; and creating shareholder agreements; former Lecturer, East China University of Politics and Law.
China Program, Willamette University College of Law
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