YE Ling Ling

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Name
YE Ling Ling
Affiliation
Kumamoto University
Section
Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences,  ,Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences ,Kumamoto University
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Laws(Chuo University), Master of Laws(Chuo University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1994
 - 
2006
 Associate Professor,
 
2006
 - 
2008
 Professor,
 
2008
   
 
 Professor, ,Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences ,Kumamoto University
 
1985
 - 
1987
 Lecturer,The East China University of Politics and Law,China
 
1987
 - 
1988
 Visiting Scholar, Institute of Comparative Law,Chuo University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1994
Graduate School, Division of Law, Chuo University
 

Misc

 
Reforming the Civil Service System PRC : Some Proposals
YE Ling Ling
BULLETIN OF GRADUATE STUDIES (CHUO UNIVERSITY)   (18(I-1)) 59-59   1989
The Exercise of Autonomous System in Accordance With Chinese Constitution
YE Ling Ling
THE CHUO LAW REVIEW   96(11-12) 295-295   1990
On the Effect of Chinese Administrative Regulations
YE Ling Ling
BULLETIN OF GRADUATE STUDIES (CHUO UNIVERSITY)   (19) 25-29   1990
The Characteristics of Courts Judgement on the Administrative Cases In China as Compared with Japan
YE Ling Ling
BULLETIN OF GRADUATE STUDIES (CHUO UNIVERSITY)   (23) 1-13   1994
The Local Protectionism and Judicial Independence In China
YE Ling Ling
KUMAMOTO LAW REVIEW   (83) 73-117   1995

Books etc

 
A Comparative Review of Chinese Administrative Procedure System.
Printed By Fuju Jerox Foundation   1989   
Rule by Law or Rule by Ruler? -Thinking about the Law Concept of Asian-
Academic Research concening the Regionalism In the Process of International Unification   1996   
The Essentials of the Issue in regard of Hongkong's Returning to China
The Cultural Structure of East Asia   1997   
The Characteristic of Chinese Administrative Procedure System
Chuo University Press   1998   
Legal Education System for the Training of Legal Profession in U.S -Through Pbservation in McGeorge School of Law Pacific University-
KUMAMOTO LAW REVIEW 110, 2006,   2006