Sienho Yee

 

Sienho Yee is a Cheung Kong Scholar Professor of International Law, a Chief Expert of WHU China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies and Institute of International Law and the Editor-in-chief of Chinese Journal of International Law (Oxford; SSCI). His obtained Juris Doctor Degree in 1993 from Columbia University Law School. Later, he has served as the assistant to Judge Cowen of US Federal Appeals Court and Judge Li Haopei working in UNICTY, a law officer in IMF, and a teacher on Public International Law in American Law Schools.

Sienho Yee’s research interests are in Public International Law (PIL), especially the jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the structural questions of the international legal system. His articles have appeared in international fine journals. Martinus Nijhoff, a world-renowned press published Yee’s personal anthology Towards an International Law of Co-progressivenessin 2004. Some of his academic papers have been listed as reading materials for courses by famous universities in the world, and quoted, reviewed and excerpted by major journals. In addition, Yee has planned, organized and edited some significant international writing programs. For instance, Yee and Wang Tieya co-founded and edited Chinese Journal of International Law. He became a membre associé of Institut de droit international (IDI) in September 2009 and a membre in September 2013.

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