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Former Visiting Scholars

JeSung KimJeSung Kim
Country of Origin: South Korea
Bachelor Degree of Law, Seoul National University
Certificate of Completion, Judicial Research and Training Institute

JeSung Kim graduated from Seoul National University with a Law Degree. He passed the bar in 2001 and trained for two years before he received his license to practice law. Mr. Kim served in the South Korean Air force as Captain from 2004 to 2007. Thereafter, he became a public prosecutor and worked on homicide, sexual offense and trial cases. As a visiting scholar, Mr. Kim's research will focus on Trial Advocacy and on the US law school system. He will be at Pacific McGeorge for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Xiaohong WenXiaohong Wen
Country of Origin: China
Associate Professor of Law, Beijing International Studies University
Masters Degree in Intellectual Property Law, China University of Political Science and Law
Ph.D. in Communications Law and Policy, Communication University of China

Xiaohong Wen received a Masters Degree in Intellectual Property Law from China University of Political Science and Law and her Ph.D. in Communications Law and Policy from Communication University of China. She is currently an Associate Professor of Law at Beijing International Studies University, where she teaches Intellectual Property Law, Communication Law and Intellectual Property System of Western Countries. Professor Wen's research mainly focuses on Communication Law, Intellectual Property Law, and especially the issue of Internet copyright. She has written one book and many articles on this subject. Professor Wen was at Pacific McGeorge from January 2013-2014.

Dongliang Liu
Associate Professor at the Law School of Zhejiang Gongshang University
Country of Origin: China
Research: Sociology
Dates: August 2012 to July 2013

He was the Deputy Director at the Legal Affairs Office of Xinxiang City Government in the Henan Province of China. He has been published multiple times between 2010 and 2011. Most of his papers focus on the study of ethnics and the due process of law.

Kyoo Tae Kang
Judge, Seoul Central District Court
Country of Origin: South Korea
Research: Patent Protection in the United States
Dates: February 2012 to Februrary 2013

Gung Yeu Jeng
Director of Law and Professor of Law, School of Law, Soochow University, Taiwan
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Research: Trust and International Uniform Law on Torts
Dates: November 2011 to March 2012

He was a Fulbright Scholar who came to conduct research on the uniform law on Torts. He is the standing Director of the Board of Directors of the Chinese Comparative Law Association, the Secretary-General of the Association of Craoss-Strait Legal Exchange, an Arbitrator at the Arbitration Association of the ROC in Taipei, Taiwan, and the Standing Director of the Board of Directors of the Real Estate Agents Transaction. He also involves himself in Pro Bono Legal Service, inventing a student study team consisting of graduates who have just passed the bar to come back to volunteer and give academic support and share their bar-taking experiences.

Kyu Young Lee
Judge, Goyang Branch of Uijeongbu District Court; presiding judge of a single-judge panel for the civil division
Country of Origin: South Korea
Research: Bankruptcy Law focusing on the United States Trustee System
Dates: August 2011 to June 2013

He is a member of the Criminal Law Study at the Supreme Court of Korea, as well as a member of the Bankruptcy Law Study at the Supreme Court of Korea. He has visited the Haarlem Criminal Court of Holland as a member of Seoul Central District Court Delegation.

Xiuna Li
Professor of Law
Country of Origin: China
Research: Cultural Heritage and Intellectual Property Law
Dates: January 2011 to July 2011