Lou Jianbo is associate professor of law and Co-Director of the Center for Real Estate Law at Peking University. He is also a member of the 11th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Beijing Committee.
Professor Lou has been teaching and researching on real estate law and commercial law at Peking University since 2005. He was previously on the faculty at the University of Cambridge (2000-2005), England, as Lecturer of Chinese Commercial Law.
His courses: Legal Issues in Real Estate Finance, Legal Issues in Real Estate Development and Transaction, Advanced Studies on Real Estate Law, Introduction to Commercial Law, Advanced Studies on Commercial Law, Legal Issues in Financial Derivative Transactions, International Financial Law offer basic and advanced-level study of real estate law and commercial Law at Peking University Law School. He also teaches Chinese Civil Law in English for the International Chinese LLM Law Program of the Faculty.
Professor Lou's primary research has focused on developing an understanding of impacts of laws and regulations on real estate industry, and the private law issues about financial transaction. Current research projects focus on contract and property law issues in financial transaction, housing law, and eminent domain take-over of agricultural collective-owned land.
In addition to being a member of the 11th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Beijing Committee, Professor Lou also sits in the board of the Commercial Law Society of the China Law Society, and Beijing Real Estate Law Society.
Professor Lou received his LLB and LLM from Peking University, and a PhD from Queen Mary, the University of London.