Daotong Cai Professor
1999-2002, Nanjing Normal University, Doctor of Law
1993-1996, China University of Political Science and Law, Master of Law
1985-1989, Nanjing Normal University, Bachelor of Law
1989-2003, Huaiyin Normal University, Depart of Law, Teaching Assistant (1989), Lecturer (1994), Associate Professor (1999)
2004-Present, Nanjing Normal University, Associate Professor, Professor (2005)
- Field of Research
- Research Project
- How the Criminal Policy is Constituted? – A sociological of law analysis on several historic texts, Chinese national philosophy and social science fund (2005), Project Director
- On Cannons of Interpretation of the Transparency Clause in Economic Crimes, Chinese national philosophy and social science fund (2016), Project Director
- Social Transformation and Criminal Policy, Philosophy and social science fund of Jiangsu Province (2012), Project Director
- On Criminal Justice and Social Media, National rule of law and legal theory fund of the department of justice (2014), Project Director
- Principal Publications
The Fundamental Stand Point of Criminal Rule of Law, Beijing University Press, 2008.
Criminal Rule of Law: Theory and Practice, Law Press, 2004.
The Analogy System in Criminal Law Should Be Abolished, Jurists’ Review, 1994 (4). (First Author)
The Priority of Rights in Criminal Law Function: The Inevitability of the Principle of Legality in Criminal Law, Journal of Central Leadership Institute of Politics and Law, 1995 (3). (First Author)
The Transformation of Law’s Concept: The Key in the Path of Chines Rule of Law, Journal of Central Leadership Institute of Politics and Law, 1996 (4).
The Conceptual Foundation of the Principle of Legality in Criminal Law, Law Science, 1997 (4).
The Contemporary Fate of the System of Analogy in Criminal Law, Criminal Law Review, 1997 (1).
The Conceptual Foundation of Chinese Rule of Law, Chinese Legal Science, 1997 (5) (Second Author).
The Restrained Principle of Criminal Law, Criminal Law Review, 1998 (1).
National Rule of Law should be Preferred to Social Rule of Law: The Choice of Paths in Chinese Rule of Law, Journal of Central Leadership Institute of Politics and Law, 1999 (3).
Judicial Power, Defenses of Respect and Rights Protection: A Case of Contempt of Court, Criminal Law Review, 2000 (1).
“Poor Selling”: The Rational Choice of Chinese Criminal Law Policy, Criminal Law Review, 2001(1).
Crime and Order, Chinese Journal of Law, 2001 (2).
Letting the Less Harmful Ones Go in Criminal Law Policy: Reference and Conclusion, Law Science, 2002 (1).
Crime and Order: A Post-Modernist Perspective, Jiangsu Social Science, 2003 (4).
Post Modernism and its Possible Meaning for Chinese Criminal Law Policy, Science of Law, 2004 (4).
The Spirit of Republic: The Constitutional Restriction on the Choice of Criminal Law Policy, Global Law Review, 2004 (2).
Criminal Law’s Rationality and Tolerance: In Face of Joint Action Right, Politics and Law Forum, 2006 (1).
On Constitutionality of Criminal Law: A Deliberative Democracy Perspective, Global Law Review, 2006 (4).
How The Constitution Theory of Crime Constituted? A “Policy” Analysis (Also On the Basic Path of Criminal Constitution Theory Reform), Jiangsu Social Science, 2008 (1).
On the Infeasibility of Alexander Gan Tower Theory of Crime: An Analysis Based on Safeguarding Human Rights, Science of Law, 2009 (5).
Early Years of the Nation’s “Enemy Criminal Law” and Its Transcendence: Also on Jacobs’s Enemy Criminal Law, Criminal Law Review, 2011 (1).
On the Amender of the Amendment to the Criminal Law，Social Sciences in Nanjing,2012(2).
The Query of the Legitimacy of the Application of the Death Penalty in Fund-raising Fraud，Legal Forum, 2013 (6).
What is “Embezzlement”, Journal of National Prosecutors College, 2014 (2).
The Stigma on the Crime of Prostituting Girls Under the Age of 14, Journal of National Prosecutors College, 2014 (6).
Special Articles Are Superior to Common Articles An Analysis With Financial Fraud "Type" Crimes, The Jurist, 2015 (5).
The Restrictive Interpretation of the Fall Back Provision in Economic Crimes, Journal of National Prosecutors College, 2016(3).