Deputy Director and Associate Professor of the America-China Law Institute at CUPL
Kai Feng is the Deputy Director and Associate Professor of the America-China Law Institute at CUPL. She obtained her Ph. D in law from RUC, Master in Law from SDU and Bachelor in Law from SDNU. Her teaching and research centers on the comparative tort law, Cyber law and children legal protection. She has a lot of publications as the books of “American Tort Law: Cases and Explanations”, “Nutshell of Chinese Tort Liability Law”, “Limitation of actions” and etc., and the papers in the related areas. Her recent focuses are more on the New Technology and Law, with some publications as “Adolescents, Media, and the Law” (translated book), “New Challenge and Legal Response to China’s Information Privacy Protection in Big Data Age”, “Study on Macao Minor’s online Protection”, “Personality Right Protection in the Cyber Space”, and etc. Kai Feng used to work as the visiting fellow in Munich University of Germany, the R. Randle Edwards Fellow in Columbia Law School and Guest Professor in IUB Maurer School of Law of U.S., and Leslie Wright Fellow in the Faculty of Law of Hong Kong University. She is the director member of both Chinese and Beijing Society of Comparative Law, and the director member of Chinese Society of Internet & Information Law.