Name: Chen Jinyang
Research interests: Criminal Law
Profile: Chen Jinyang, male, born in October 1975 in Changchun City, Jilin Province. He obtained bachelor's degree in 1998, master's degree in 2001 and doctor's degree in 2006 from Jilin University. He is currently the director of the Criminal Law Department in Jilin University School of Law. He is also the vice president of the Crime Prevention Research Association of Jilin Law Society, the Deputy Secretary General of the Criminal Law Research Association of Jilin Law society, and the permanent expert of anti-corruption and rule of law research array of China Law Society.
2005-2006, Visiting Researcher of Kansai University, Japan;
2008-2009, Deputy Procurator General of Xi'an District People's Procuratorate of Liaoyuan City (temporary);
2011-2012, Deputy Procurator General of Nongan County People's Procuratorate of Jilin Province (temporary);
2014-2015, Visiting Professor of Kansai University, Japan.
1. Reflection on the discretion of death penalty in hate type intentional homicide cases, Journal of Social Sciences of Jilin University, issue 3, 2017.
2. Interpretation of criminal law hovering between ambiguity and justice, legal system and social development, issue 6, 2016. China Renmin University reprinted the full text of criminal law, issue 3, 2017.
3. Reflection on the appropriateness of life imprisonment provisions for corruption and bribery crimes, Vol. 3, 2016, legal publishing house, December 2016.
4. Rethinking the legitimacy of death penalty: an investigation under the background of communicative penalty theory, Journal of Social Sciences of Jilin University, 2014, issue 6.
5. Analysis of British idealist philosophy of penalty, Social Science Front, 2013, issue 8.
6. Local practice and direction of judicial control of death penalty, Journal of Social Sciences of Jilin University, 2012, issue 5.
7. Crime theory and philosophy of law, translated by Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press, 2012 edition.
8. Thoughts on reconstruction of China's crime constitution theory, Guangming Daily (theoretical Edition), September 11, 2006.
9. Dogma of criminal law and construction of criminal theory system, Legal System and Social Development, No.5, 2006.
10. On the mode of thinking about problems in the history of criminal theory system theory: from the perspective of French Criminal Law, Social Science Front, 2006, issue 5.
11. On the concept of criminal theory system in continental law system, Quests, No.12, 2006.
12. Modern examination of Legalists' severe punishment thoughts, Journal of Theoretical Studies, No.5, 2006.
13. On the recent reconstruction of China's criminal theory system, Law &. Politics (Japan), Vol. 57, No. 2, June 2006.
14. Reexamination of the death penalty system in China, translated, Law &. Politics (Japan), Vol. 57, No. 1, March 2006.
15. Neo Kantism and neo classical criminal theory system, Contemporary Law, no.6, 2004.
16. Subjectivism and Objectivism in the context of Anglo American criminal law, Social Science Front, 2003, issue 3.
17. On Excessive Emergency action, Legal System and Social Development, No.4, 2002.
18. Morality and crime, Legal System and Social Development, No.1, 2000.
19. Human rights and international criminal law, Law Press, 2004. Co editor.
20. Criminal law (Volume I and Volume II), China Renmin University Press , 2008 edition, Co editor.
21. Criminal clinic course, Higher Education Press, 2018, associate editor.
22. Criminal law (Second Edition), China Renmin University Press, 2014 edition, Co editor.