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  • Du Junqiang
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Associate Professor in Law, School of Law at Xi’an Jiaotong University.


2017- present, Associate Professor in Law, School of Law at Xi’an Jiaotong University.

2016-2017, Visiting Researcher, Law Faculty at University of Helsinki.

2013-2017, Lecturer in Law, School of Law at Xi’an Jiaotong University.


Ph.D.in Law, East China University of Political Science and Law(ECUPL), 2013.

Master in Legal Theory, Zhejiang University, 2008.

LLB, Shaanxi Normal University, 2006.


On the Facts of Legal Reasoning of Judgment in Qing Dynasty, Legal Method, Vol.13(2013):154-164.

Legal Principle, Rhetorical Argumentation and Qing Li: Another Approach to Interpret the Qing Li in the Judicial Decision-making in the Qing Dynasty, ECUPL Journal, 4(2014):127-140, reprinted in Jurisprudence and History of Law 4(2015):95-107.

Mourning Apparel System and the Mode of Application of Law in Qing Dynasty: From the Perspective of the Process of the Conviction by Mourning Apparel, Legal Science, 4(2017):113-123.

On Pattern and Structure of Rhetorical Justification in Qing Dynasty. Legal Method, Vol.22(2017):282-303.


“New Interpretation of the Features of Judgment in Traditional China”, in The Blended Legal Culture, edited by Qinhua He, 572-573. Beijing: Law Press, 2008.

“Summarizing and Reviewing the Research on the Judgment in Traditional China”, in The World of Legal History, edited by Legal History Center at ECUPL, 408-417.Beijing: Law Press,2011.


Review of Soulstealers: The Chinese Sorcery Scare of 1768 by Philip Alden Kuhn, Legal History Review5(2012):238-244, edited by Zan Li.


Chinese National Association of Foreign legal History Member, 2014-present.


Chinese Legal History

Western Legal Thought

Legal Method

Legal Ethic

E-mail: junqiangde@xjtu.edu.cn