•J.D. (Juris Doctor) Columbia University, School of Law, May 1995.
•Graduate Study, Beijing Foreign Studies University, United Nations Simultaneous Interpretation Training Program, June 1986.
• B.A. Nanjing University, Department of English Language and Literature, July 1982.
Professor China University of Political Science and Law 2011-present
•taught securities law
Research Fellow, China Securities Regulatory Commission, Research Center 2003-2010
•reviewed applications for the establishment of various funds by Chinese
securities firms and/or joint ventures set up by Chinese securities firms and foreign brokerages.
• reviewed applications for issuance of corporate bonds.
•member of the working group on securitization experiments.
•conducted extensive researches on the merging of tradable and non-tradable shares.
•instrumental in drafting the tender offer rules.
•instrumental in drafting the rules on the collective asset management schemes.
•instrumental in drafting the rules on issuance of corporate bonds.
•instrumental in drafting the amendments to the securities law and the company law.
•coordinated with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on the general offers by the Chinese companies.
Legal Counsel, China Securities Regulatory Commission, Legal Department, 1997-2003
• drafted and/or reviewed the rules on the securities market regulation.
• instrumental in drafting the securities law and the company law.
• advised on the legal implications of administrative decisions and economic policies.
• coordinated with lawyers of other administrative agencies.
Associate, Beijing Jun He Law Office, 1995-1997
•prepared documents for Chinese companies listing A shares.
•represented clients before various administrative agencies.
•assisted foreign companies in setting up joint ventures.
Translator, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Vienna, Austria, 1990-1992
•translated legal documents and international treaties such as UN Vienna Convention of International Sales of Goods.
Third Secretary, Legal Department of the Foreign Ministry of China, 1988-1990
•coordinated a project of legal study concerning the Spratly Islands.
•participated in negotiations and surveys of the Sino-Nepalese boundary and the Sino-Korean boundary.
Attache, The Chinese Permanent Mission to the United Nations, New York, 1986-1987.
•Wrote speeches and undertook policy researches on disarmament.
Lecturer, English Department, Nanjing University, 1982-1984.
•Taught English as a foreign language to Chinese students
Worker, Nanjing No. 2 Motor Factory
•Assembled electric motors.
Zhu Weiyi (2005), A Hard Choice Either Way—the Analysis of Vote by Shares and Related Rules, Tsinghua Law Review, Volume 8 (forthcoming).
Zhu Weiyi (2005), To Change or Not to Change?--On Separation of the Investment Banking and Commercial Banking in China, Jurisprudence, Volume 7 of 2005, 77-79.
Zhu Weiyi (2003), Legal Issues Related to Brokerage Business, Jurists, Volume 5 of 2003, 79-89.
Zhu Weiyi (2005), Legal Issues Related to Brokerage Business Law (excerpt), Social Science in China Press, February 1, 2004, 157.
Zhu Weiyi (2003), A Note on Professor Ronald Dworkin’s Major Works, Tsinghua Law Review, Volume 1, 294-303.
Zhu Weiyi (2006), Yesterday Once More?—A Close Examination of the Revised Securities Law, Asia Legal Watch, February 2006, 4-13 (written and published in English).
Zhu Weiyi (2005), Not Out of the Wood, Asia Legal Watch, July 2005, 14-16 (written and published in English).
Zhu Weiyi (2004), Collective Asset Management Schemes: A Wild Animal on the Loose? Asia Legal Watch, March 2004, 8-14 (written and published in English).
Regularly wrote columns for several Chinese magazines and newspapers on law related issues.
Zhu Weiyi (2008), Age of Finance, Edition, Shanxi Normal University Publishing House, soon to be published in Taiwan.
Zhu Weiyi (2007), Analysis of Selected Leading Cases of the U.S. Courts, Second Edition, Sanlian Publishing House.
Zhu Weiyi (2004), Law in a Different Dimension, Shanghai Sanlian Publishing House.
Zhu Weiyi (2003), Two Practices of Securities Laws, China Legal Publishing House.
Zhu Weiyi (2003), Analysis of Selected Leading Cases of the U.S. Securities Law, China Legal Publishing House
Zhu Weiyi (2002), Rationale and Idealism, Xinhua Publishing House
Zhu Weiyi (2001), Law as Experienced, China Legal Publishing House
Zhu Weiyi (2000), Analysis of Selected Leading Cases of the U.S. Corporate Laws, China Legal Publishing House.
Zhu Weiyi (1999), Analysis of Selected Leading Cases of the U.S. Courts, China Legal Publishing House.
Admitted to New York Bar.
English, Chinese (native speaker), and working knowledge of French (reading).