Curriculum Vitae Dr. Ge Zheng（鄭戈） Assistant Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong Office: 508, K.K. Leung Building Phone: (852)28592959 Education 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 Experience Assistant Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, Since October 2005 Research Assistant Professor, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, January 2004October 2005 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, 19911993 Membership Fellow, Institute of Law and Economics in Shanghai, since 2002 Fellow, Unirule Institute of Economics, Beijing, since 2001 Editor, China Book Review, since 2005 Honors 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 Publications Book Law and Modernity in Max Weber's Social Theory: An Introduction, Law Press China, 2006. 193pp. Articles "Max Weber's Sociological Approach to Law," in Law in Social Theory, edited by Gao Hongjun and Ma Jianyin, Tsinghua University Press, 2006. pp.205-226. “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 (China), Vol.I, issue 1, 2001 “Conseil d’Etat and the Rule of Law in France,” in Towards a Government under Law, edited by Ying Songnian, Law Books Pub. Co. (China), 2001 “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. Translations 1. Lon Fuller, Morality of Law, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng. Beijing: Commercial Press, 2005 2. Mirjan Damaška, Faces of Justice and State Authority, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng. Beijing: China University of Law and Politics Press, 2004 3. Martin Loughlin, Public Law and Political Theory, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng. Beijing: Commercial Press, 2002 4. Alan S. Rosenbaum (ed.), Constitutionalism: the Philosophical Dimension, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng and Maolin Liu. Beijing: SDX Joint Pub. Co., 2001. 5. Anthony Giddens, The Third Way, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2000. 6. Léon Duguit, Les transformations du droit public, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng. Shenyang: Liaohai Press, 1999. 7. Henkin and Rosenthal (eds.), Constitutionalism and Rights, translated into Chinese by Ge Zheng et al. Beijing: SDX Joint Pub. Co., 1996.