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Ce Qin Professor

Academic Area: 
  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Legal Theory
Research Interests: 
  • Legal Theory
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Law
Bio: 

Education Background

  • Ph.D. in law, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), 2008
  • LL. M.  Nanjing Normal University, 1999
  • B.E.  Nanjing Normal University, 1992

Professional Expe

  • 2012.6-present, Professor, School of Law, Nanjing Normal University.

  • 2012.6 – 2013.1, Visiting Scholar, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Maryland, USA

  • 2006.10, Visiting Research Scholar, The International Center for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, Canada

  • 2002.8 -2003.8, Visiting Scholar, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary, USA

Research Interests

  • Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Legal Theory

Selected Publications
Books and Book Chapters

  • Qin Ce & Zhang Lei, Judicial Method and Jurisprudence Scholarship, Beijing: Renmin Press (2011).
  • Qin Ce, The Traditional Judicial Principles in Ancient China, in Xian Jinwen (eds.) , Inheritances an Innovations: The Current Value of the Traditional Legal Culture in Ancient China, Beijing:Renmin University of China Press (2011). 
  • Qin Ce, The Current Value of the Traditional Judicial Techniques in Ancient China, in Xian Jinwen (eds.) , Inheritances an Innovations: The Current Value of the Traditional Legal Culture in Ancient China, Beijing: Renmin University of China Press (2011). 
  • Qin Ce, The Theoretical Framework of Modernization of China’s Criminal Procedural System, in Liu Ming (eds.), Modernization of Legal System in the Main Parts of Chinese Law, Beijing:  Law Press (2008).
  • Qin Ce, Protections of Rights of Criminal Victims under the idea of Restorative Justice, in Zhang Hongwei(eds.), Studies on Victims Protection, Beijing: People’s Court Press, 2007.
  • Qin Ce, Judicial Independence in Trial of First Instance, Chen Guangzhong(eds.), Criminal Trial of the First Instance and Protection of Human Rights, Beijing: China University of Political and Law Press, 2007, pp 40-57.
  • Qin Ce, Victim’s Position as a Main Party in Criminal Procedure, in Chen Guangzhong, Wang Jiancheng and Zhang Weiping(eds.), Theories and Practices in Procedural Law, Beijing: Beijing University Press, 2006.
  • Qin Ce, Judges’ Discretion in Admitting Evidence under Rule 102 of US Federal Rule of Law, in Chen Guangzhong (eds.), Theories and Practices of Procedural Law, Beijing: China University of Political and Law Press, 2004.
  • Qin Ce,Compromise and Order: A Comparative Study between Two Forms of Societies, in Liu Han and Gong Pixiang(eds.), The Development of Asia and Its Laws in 21st Century, Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, 2001.
  • Xia Jinwen and Qin Ce, The Tradition and Modernization of Procedural Legal System in China, in Liu Han and Gong Pixiang(eds.), The Development of Asia and Its Laws in 21st Century, Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, 2001.
  • Xia Jinwen and Qin Ce, The Reality of the Judicial Independence during the Period of the Republic of China, in Zhang Guangxin and Gong Pixiang, China’s Legal Theory and Legal System Modernization in 20th, Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, 2000.

Journal Articles

  • Qin Ce, Limitations of Adjudicatory Function of Legal Principle, Jianghai Academic Journal, 2011 (6).

  • Qin Ce and Xia Jinwen, Morality of Judicature and Legal Methodology, Chinese Journal of Law, 2011(4).

  • Qin Ce, The Classifications of Investigative Physical Examinations and the Proportional Regulatory Way, China Legal Science, 2011 (2).

  • Qin Ce, Rational Orientation of Evidence Law, Criminal Science of China, 2010 (4).

  • Qin Ce, Exclusion of Illegal Criminal Evidence in Constitutional Law Perspective: Based on Chinese Constitution Text, Legal Science, 2007 (8). 

  • Qin Ce, Methodological Interpretation of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes’ Concept of “Experience”, Journal of Law Application, 2006 (11).

  • Qin Ce, The Balance between Due Process Principle and Victim’s rights, Procedural Law Review, Vol. 11, Beijing: Law Press (2006).

  • Qin Ce, Methodological Properties of Judicial Profession, Legal Forum, 2005 (2).

  • Qin Ce, The Presumptive Hypothesis in America’s Evidence law and the Development of its Rules, Jurists Review, 2004 (4).

  • Qin Ce, Criminal Procedure and Protection of Human Rights after Sep. 11th Attack, Journal of Jiangsu Police Officer College, 2003(6). 

  • Qin Ce, Theoretical Construction of Judicial Objectivity, Comparative Law Study, 2001(3).

  • Qin Ce, The Basic Conflicts behind the Judicial Reasoning, Politics and Law, 2001 (2).

  • Qin Ce, Judicial Reasoning and Independence of Judges, Legal Daily, November 26th, 2000.

  • Qin Ce, Sociological Analysis on the Conflicts in Judges’ Roles, Journal of Nanjing Normal University, 1999(2).

  • Qin Ce, The Conflict of Purpose on Legal Value and Its Choice, Law Science, 1998(3).