Wenfeng Li

Wenfeng Li, Honors Scholar, Class of 2004

Chicago-Kent Honors Scholar

Class of 2004

Mr. Li graduated with a B.A. in history from Renmin (People's) University of China in Beijing, China in 1998. From 1998 to 2001, he was a student in the graduate program at Renmin University of China School of Law and graduated with an LLM in international economic law. In 1999–2001, he served as foreign affairs assistant to Professor Zeng Xianyi, Dean of Renmin University of China School of Law and Chairman of the National Guidance Commission on Higher Legal Education under the Ministry of Education of China. In 2000–2001, he was a member of the Professor Guo Shoukang's research team for the presentation on China's WTO entry and domestic legislation for China's National People's Congress Standing Committee. Mr. Li's major academic interests are international business law, comparative law, Chinese law and World Trade Organization.

Writings

2004 Honors Scholars Seminar Paper

The Article 13(b) "Grave Risk of Harm" Exception of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: Its Application in a World of Terrorist Threats, Infectious Diseases and Civil Unrest

Other Writings

Safeguard Measures in the WTO Regime, LLM degree dissertation, 2001.

Principles and Methods for the Interpretation of WTO Agreements: A Case Study, Research on Judicial Cases, Vol. 1 2001, The People's Court Press.

Comments on Zaire v. AMT, Analysis and Comments on International Commercial Arbitration, edited by Zhao Xiuwen, China Fazhi Press, 1999.