沈伟教授，博士生导师和评议人；东方学者特聘教授、凯原特聘教授；英国伦敦政治经济学院博士（Doctor of Philosophy），英国剑桥大学法学硕士（Special Prince of Wales Cambridge Chevening Scholarship），美国密歇根大学法学硕士，华东政法学院法学硕士及法学学士；美国纽约州执业律师；香港国际仲裁中心仲裁员。在从教之前，沈教授在几家主要的英国和美国律师事务所的上海，悉尼，芝加哥及香港办公室从事律师业务近十年，主要协助跨国公司从事兼并、股本私募投资、外商直接投资、项目融资和商事仲裁等业务。
沈伟教授的主要研究领域为：金融和公司治理 国际投资法 商事仲裁
Professor Shen Wei is a Special Oriental Scholar Professor of Law and KoGuan Chair Professor of Law at Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School; PhD (London School of Economics and Political Science), LLM (University of Cambridge), LLM (University of Michigan), LLM & LLB (East China University of Political Science and Law); Attorney-at-Law, New York, FHKIArb. He has been included in Marquis Who’s Who (2011 onwards).
Professor Shen is an arbitrator with Shanghai Arbitration Commission, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission. He is an Honorary Fellow of Asian Institute of International Financial Law, University of Hong Kong. He has been a Guest Professor at Copenhagen Business School (Fall Semester 2012), a Senior Research Fellow at Max-Planck Institute of International and Comparative Law (Hamburg) (2013) and a Senior Research Scholar at Yale Law School (2013-2014). He taught various courses at Duke Law School’s summer program as well as in the School of Law City University of Hong Kong.
Prior to teaching at the law school, Professor Shen practiced in major US and UK firms in Sydney, Shanghai, Chicago and Hong Kong for a decade primarily assisting multinational clients in their China-related transactions such as foreign direct investment, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, project finance and commercial arbitration.
Professor Shen is now teaching international investment law, company law, international economic law and contract law in the law school. His current research interests include international investment law, corporate governance, financial regulations, and international commercial arbitration.
Professor Shen is the author of the books: Rethinking the New York Convention – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge: Intersentia 2013) and The Anatomy of China’s Banking Sector and Regulation (Wolters Kluwer 2014). He has already contributed to 23 books (21 in English and 2 in Chinese) and authored (or co-authored) over 90 articles in English and Chinese law journals.
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