Faculty

LI Mei

2015-06-30    

Name: Li Mei

Genda: Female

DOB: 18 April 1984

Degree: Ph.D. at Law School of the University of Rome Tor Vergata

Title: Lecturer

Tel: +86 138 11874975

Fax: +86 5890 8242

Email: limei2003501152@163.com

 

ACADEMIC INTERESTS

Civil and Commercial Law, Roman Law, Comparative Law

 

EDUCATION

2010.09-2014.08, Ph.D. of Roman Law and Civil Law, at Law School of the University of Rome Tor Vergata

2007.09-2010.07, M.A. of Comparative law, College of Comparative Law, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL)

2003.09-2007.07, B.A. of Law in CUPL

 

PUBLICATIONS

1. The Reflection on Non-prohibition of the Fluidity Contract: In Perspective of the Roman Law, in Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 5, 2013 (CSSCI). Also Reprinted by the Copy Materials of the University of Renmin (Jurisprudence and History of Law), Vol. 2, 2014.

2. The Influence of the Catholic Religion on the Legislation of Homosexuality In Italy, in ed. Lian Huixing: Civil and Commercial Law Review, Vol. 53, Falv Press, 2013 (CSSCI).

3. Comparative and Historical Reflections on the Lien, in ed. Chen xiao jun, Private Law Review, Vol. 15, Law Press, 2014. (CSSCI). 

4. Comparative Analysis on Forbidden Norms of Mortgage of Goods in Flow between China and Italy, in Journal of Hubei University of Police, Vol. 10, 2013.

5. The Historical Research on the System of Real Right for Security in Roman Law, in ed. Fei Anling, Digesta, Beijing, 2014.

6. Research on Pignus in Roman Law, in ed. Ding Mei, the Files of the Chinese Law, Vol. 10, Press Yuanzhao, Taiwan, 2013.

7. The Research of Banning Lex Commissoria in Roman Law, in Journal of Sanxi Politics and Law Institutefor Administrators, Vol. 3, 2013.

8. Enrico del Prato, Autonomy and Mandatory Nature in Succession upon Death, translate by Li Mei, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar on Roman Law, 2014.09.

9. Massimiliano Vinci, Inheritance between Brothers: Roman Law and Chinese Law, translate by Li Mei, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar on Roman Law, 2014.09.

10. Repeat Mortgage System in Roman Law and Its Implications for Chinese Law, in Proceedings of the Fourth Cross-strait Civil and Commercial Frontier Forum, Press Fazhi, 2015.

 

WORKING LANGUAGES:

Italian

English

German (Basic User)