The Jimen Forum is a group of young scholars engaged in legal philosophy research, who are mainly faculty members of the China University of Political Science and Law, the China Academy of Social Sciences, and Tsinghua Law School.
Seminars are held on fundamental issues in legal philosophy and other related areas, with results published in major Chinese journals such as the Archive for Legal Philosophy and Sociology of Law, China Legal Science and the Chinese Journal of Law.
Wu Hongyao, “On the Objectivity of Judicial Fact”, March 13, 2003.
Zheng Yongliu, “The Nature of Personality and Right of Personality and their Legal Prescription”, December 11, 2004.
Tian Shiyong, “A study of the Validity Model of Legal Activities Performed by Disabled Persons”, April 16, 2005.
Yi Yanyou, “How did the Balance Principle Eliminate Human Rights”, June 25, 2005.
Li Juqian, “An Analysis of GATT/WTO Environmental Disputes” March 25, 2006.
Nie Xin, “Legal Restrictions on Fundamental Rights in the Constitution”, November 10, 2006.
Huang Jinrong, “Rights in a Transitional Society”, April 28, 2007.
Chen Jinghui, “Rules and Normative Intentions in Legal Reasoning”, October 16, 2007.
Zhu Qingyu, “A Conceptual Analysis of Legal Activity”, March 9, 2008.
Ke Huaqing, “Pragmatism in Law and Economics”, March 28, 2009.
Wang Tianhua, “Special Cases on the Standard for Discretion and the Obligation of Concern”, June 27, 2009.
He Haibo, “Consensus in the Legal Community”, October 31, 2009.