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Meng Yu 余萌

Meng Yu 余萌
Meng Yu 余萌
meng.yu@chinajusticeobserver.com
China Justice Observer (CJO) Co-founder

Ms. Meng YU is the founder of China Justice Observer (CJO) and a lecturer (private international law) at the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL).

Meng and her team of lawyers focus on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China. 

As a postdoctoral fellow, Meng led a project on proof of foreign law in Chinese courts. Meng holds a Ph.D. in law (judicial system) from CUPL. Meng was also a visiting scholar at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.

523 Articles

Mon, 15 Oct 2018 Insights Guodong Du 杜国栋 , Meng Yu 余萌

Improving the judicial accountability system, one of the most important measures in Chinese judicial reform, is supposed to hold judges accountable for life for cases they handle and to effectively discipline judges for misconduct. Prior to this, Chinese judges were never subject to such strict requirements.