Professor Zhang Xianchu LLB (China U of Political Science & Law, Beijing), MCL and JD (Indiana University School of Law at Bloomington) is the Associate Dean on China Affairs of the Faculty of Law and the co-director of HKU-Peking U Legal Research Centre. He is also an arbitrator of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.
He has taught subjects on PRC and Hong Kong commercial laws. His research interests include corporate law, foreign investment law, financial market regulations and cross-border legal issues. His recent publications include 數點雨聲風約住 -- 香港回歸以來與內地民商事司法協助進展回顧與檢討 (A Critical Review of Progresses and Challenges of Cross-Border Judicial Assistance in Civil and Commercial Matters between Mainland China and the Hong Kong SAR since 1997), Law Review of People’s University School of Law, Issue 2 of 2011, (forthcoming); An Institutional Race: A Comparative Study of the Competition Law Regimes in India and China, in Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah and Jiangyu Wang (ed.), China, India and the International Economic Order, Cambridge University Press, 2010, at 577-616; An Antimonopoly Legal Regime in Making in China as a Socialist Market Economy，The International Lawyer Vol. 43 (2009), at 1469-1493; A New Stage of Regional Judicial Assistance in Civil and Commercial Matters: Implementation of the Mainland Judgments Ordinance and Certain Issues Beyond, Hong Kong Law Journal, vol. 39, part 1, 2009, pp. 3-35; Business Law in Mainland China (Chapter 3) in Pitman B. Potter and Ljiljana Biulovic (ed.), A Guide to Business Law in Asia, LexisNexis Canada, 2008; pp 49-105.
Specialized Areas: Chinese Law, Commercial Law, Comparative Law