Visiting Fellows

The following scholars are visiting at Georgetown Law for the 2011–2012 school year (organized by country of origin).

Scholars from the Greater China Area

Rui Liu is a visiting researcher from China, where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Law at the Chinese Academy of Governance. His research focuses on American government procurement law. His visit continues through August 31, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor.

Yan Tan is a visiting researcher from China, where she is Deputy Section Chief of the Shanghai Municipal Food and Drug Administration. Her research subject is the United States’ legal framework for off-label use of medication. Her visit continues through December 31, 2011. Click here to contact this visitor.

Lin Wang is a visiting researcher from China, where she is a Commissioner at the Shanghai Municipal Food and Drug Administration. Her research subject focuses on the requirement of a Risk Evaluation and Management Strategy (REMS) mandated by the Food and Drug Administration Amendments Act of 2007. Her visit will continue through December 31, 2011. Click here to contact this visitor.

Duo Xu is a visiting researcher from China, where he is a Ph.D. student at Nanjing University. His research focuses on the transparency mechanism for regional trade agreements passed by the WTO’s General Council in 2006. His visit will continue through August 31, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor.

Yansheng Zhu is a visiting researcher from China, where he is a Professor at Xiamen University School of Law. His research focuses on a comparative analysis of legal systems of international tax anti-avoidance in the United States and China. His visit continues through July 15, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor.

Scholars from Japan

Norimasa Matsubara is a Judge on the Matsuyama District Court and will be a Visiting Scholar at the Law Center during the 2011-2012 academic year. His research will focus on a comparative study of the legal systems of Japan and the United States, particularly the adversarial nature of the United States civil procedure system. His visit continues through July 1, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor.

Yohei Motomura is a visiting judicial researcher from Japan, where he is an Assistant Judge on the Takasaki Branch of Maebashi Family and District Court.  His main area of interest is U.S. civil procedure, particularly in the discovery and trial phases.  His studies will compare U.S. and Japanese law in this area.  His visit continues through July 3, 2011.  Click here to contact this visitor.

Scholars from South Korea

Buhm-Suk Baek is a visiting researcher from South Korea, where he is a Research Fellow at Advocates Korea. His research expands on his S.J.D. dissertion on “Human Rights Institutions as Medium,” examining whether and how national human rights institutions can be a driving force for establishing regional human rights institutions in the Asia-Pacific region. His visit continues through June 30, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor

Young-Geun Chae is a visiting researcher from South Korea, where he is a professor at Inha University School of Law.  His research focuses on water law in the United States, especially the principle of equitable allocation of water and dispute resolution regimes.  His visit continues through January 1, 2012.  Click here to contact this visitor.

Hoyoung Choi is a visiting researcher from South Korea, where he is a Criminal Investigator in the Supreme Prosecutor’s Ofice (Central Investigation Department). His research focuses on corporate governance in the United States and South Korea. His visit continues through December 31, 2011. Click here to contact this visitor.

Han-Jin Jeong is a visiting researcher from South Korea, where he is a tax inspector at the National Tax Service, working in the investigation department. He is researching derivatives and tax evasion by multinational corporations. His visit continues through March 1, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor.

Jung Joong Kim is a visiting researcher from South Korea, where he is a Judge on the Seoul Family Court. His research focuses on the U.S. legal system with regard to domestic violence. His visit continues through June 30, 2012. Click here to contact this visitor.

Ki-ho Min is a visiting researcher from South Korea, where he is a Public Prosecutor in the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office.  He is researching American stock exchange law, particularly the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.  His visit continues through December 31, 2011.  Click here to contact this visitor.


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