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Dr Bo Wang


Lecturer in Chinese Comparative Law
FHEA; PhD in English Criminal Law (KCL); LLM in Criminal Law (RUC); LLB (CUPL)
Wednesdays 14:00-16:00; Fridays 9:00-11:00

Biography

Areas of specialism

English criminal law; Chinese criminal law; Comparative criminal law

University roles and responsibilities

  • Academic Integrity Officer
  • International Student Recruitment Champion

Research

Research interests

Supervision

Completed postgraduate research projects I have supervised

My teaching

My publications

Highlights

1. Wang B, "A Normative Case for Abolishing the Doctrine of Extended Joint Criminal Enterprise" (2019) 83 (2) The Journal of Criminal Law 144, 144-160. 

http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/851841/

https://doi.org/10.1177/0022018318822219

 

3. Wang B, "Abolishing Australia's Judicially Enacted Sui Generis Doctrine of Extended Joint Enterprise" 2018 3 (1) Concordia Law Review 67, 67-101. 

https://heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/concordia3&div=4&start_page=67&collection=journals&set_as_cursor=0&men_tab=srchresults

http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/841858/

http://commons.cu-portland.edu/clr/vol3/iss1/3

Publications

 

  • Wang B, "A Normative Case for Abolishing the Doctrine of Extended Joint Criminal Enterprise" (2019) 83(2) The Journal of Criminal Law 144.

  • Wang B, “The English Criminal Laws Governing Cyber Bullying and Their Enlightenment to Chinese Criminal Law”,in Wangyuan Xie ed,Cyber Crime and Security (China Renmin University Press, 2019)

  • Wang B, Participation in Crimes: An End to Derivative Complicity Liability? (Law Press China, 2018) 

  • Wang B, "Abolishing Australia’s Judicially Enacted Sui generis Doctrine of Extended Joint Enterprise" (2018) 3 (1) Concordia Law Review 67.

  • Wang B trans., D. J. Baker and L. X. Zhao, "Responsibility Links, Fair Labelling and Proportionality in China: Comparing China's Criminal Law Theory and Doctrine" in T. X. He and N. C. Mao ed, Foreign Scholars' Research on Chinese Law: Criminal Law Volume (Encyclopaedia of China Publishing House, 2017)

  • Wang B, Xie W.Y. and Luo C trans., William Wilson, Central Issues in Criminal Law Theory, (China Renmin University Press, 2015)

  • Wang B and Xie W.Y., "Withdrawal in English Criminal Law" (2013) 5 Science of Law.

  • Wang B, "Supervisory Negligence Liability in Medical Teams" (2012) 4 Studies in Law and Business.

  • Wang B, The Impact of Confession and Repentance on Sentencing, in E. Zheng ed, Research on System Component and the Reconcilement of Social Conflicts in Criminal Law (Law Press China, 2011)

  • Wang B, and Xie W.Y., "On Improvements of the Criminal Penal System after Criminal Law Amendment Act No.8" (2011)6 Law Science Magazine.

  • Wang B and Xie W.Y., "Cardholder” in the Offence of Credit Card Fraud" (2011) 17 People's Procuratorial Semimonthly.