Ji Weidong is Dean and Presiding Chair Professor of KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University（上海交通大学）, China, since 2008. He has studied legal culture, law and social change in Asia, focusing constitutional law, judicial reform as well as legal profession.
- Ji, Weidong. “The Judicial Reform in China: The Status Quo and Future Directions.” Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1 (2013): 185-220.
- Ji, Weidong. “Power and People in Relational Network: Dutton on Chinese Social Control.” Review. Policing and Punishment in China: From Patriarchy to “the People” by Michael R. Dutton. 29 Vol. Amherst: Law and Society Association, 1995.
- Ji, Weidong. “Definite Uncertainties and the Grand Design of the Legal System in China.” The Law of the Future and the Future of Law. Ed. Sam Muller, Stavros Zouridlis, Morly Frishman, and Laura Kistemaker. Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2012.
- Ji, Weidong, Miyazawa, Setsuo, Fukurai, Hiroshi, and Vanhullebusch Matthias, eds. East Asia’s Renewed Respect for the Rule of Law in the 21st Century: The Future of Legal and Judicial Landscapes in East Asia. Martinus Nijhoff, 2015.
- Ji, Weidong. “‘To Take the Law as the Public’: The Diversification of Society and Legal Discourse in Contemporary China.” Building Constitutionalism in China. Stephanie Balme and Michael W. Dowdle. New York: Palsgrave MacMillan, 2009. 125-142.
- Ji, Weidong. “Redefining relations between the rule of law and the market—clues provided by four basis issues in China today.” Governing Rapid Growth in China: Equity and Institution . Ed. Ravi Kanhur and Xiaobo Zhang. New York: Routledge. 2009. 276-302.
Translations on Web Sources
- Ji, Weidong. Law and Society. Web. 10 May 2015.