Shengyue Zhang

I started my legal education at Huaqiao University in 2010. After graduating with a Bachelor of Law degree, I went to Fudan University for postgraduate studies in 2014 and then obtained a Master of Law degree in 2017.

Field of Study: legal history of Hong Kong; colonial legal history; comparative law.

Thesis Title: “The Rule of Law” in Colonial Hong Kong in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Programme of Study: Ph.D. 

Supervisor(s): Michael Ng and Shahla Ali

Publications: 
Taisu Zhang, Social Hierarchies and the Formation of Customary Property Law in Pre-Industrial China and England. Fudan Law Review, Shanghai, May 1st, (2016). (Translated Works) Jason Buhi, Macau’s Constitution During the Ming-Qing Transition. Fudan Law Review, Shanghai, May 1st, (2016). (Translated Works)

Shengyue Zhang, Analysis of the Legal History Studies in 2014. Fudan Law Journal, Shanghai, Spring (2016). (Published Works) 

Awards: 
Ye Xiaoxin Scholarship, 2016

Hong Kong PhD Fellowship, 2017