Professor Sun Wen has been appointed the Deputy Director for Academic Affairs of HNC.
Professor Sun comes to the Hopkins-Nanjing Center from the Nanjing University School of Law, where she is an Associate Professor. She received a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the Nanjing University School of Foreign Language Studies in 1996. She began teaching at the Nanjing University School of Law in 1999 and earned a PhD in Economic Law in 2005. Professor Sun is an alumna of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center (1999-2000) and a 2001 graduate of the Master’s in International Public Policy (MIPP) program at SAIS.
Professor Sun’s research interests cover international commercial law, international trade law, and recently, legal issues of culture property. She published A Comparative Study on Anti-Dumping Judicial Review in 2004 and is a co-author or co-editor of four other books. She is a co-translator of two books (The American Supreme Court and Process of Constitutional Decision-making: Cases and Materials). She has published several academic papers in various Chinese periodicals.
Professor Sun has been a part-time professor at the HNC since 2002 and has lectured on the Chinese Legal System and WTO. She has been invited to visit or give lectures in various law schools abroad, including the University of Hawaii, the University of Göttingen, and the University of Osnabruck. Since 2012, she has been deputy director of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges at Nanjing University.