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LIU Pinxin
Deputy Director, Law of Evidence Research Institute, RUC Law School; Full-time Researcher, Research Center for Criminal Jurisprudence (Key Research Institute of Ministry of Education), RUC Law School; Expert Appraiser, The Material Evidence Center, RUC
Education Background:
Research Interests:Law of Evidence, Cyberspace Law, Criminal Investigation, Forensic Science
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External Exchange:
Appointments:Council Member, China Behavior Law Association
Standing Council Member, Criminal Investigation Research Association, Beijing Law Society
Council Member, Computer Forensics Expert Committee, The Chinese Institute of Electronics
Associate Editor, Evidence Forum, China Procuratorial Press
Honors and Awards:Research on Electronic Evidence Legislation in China, honored third prize of the first national outstanding informatization research achievement, 2007
Research on Electronic Evidence Legislation in China, honored third prize of the second national law textbook and scientific research achievement prizes, 2006
Law of Evidence, honored first prize of the second national law teaching material and scientific research achievement prizes, 2006

Selected Publications:1, Law of Evidence (Third Edition), Coauthor, Law Press, 2008
Cyber Law( RUC Press, 2009)
2, Causes and Countermeasures of Criminal Misjudged Cases, Chief Editor (China Legal Publishing House, 2009)
3, On the Original Theories of Electronic Evidence, Science of Law, Issue5 (2009)
4, On the Application Rules of Electronic Evidence in Deciding a Case, People's Procuratorial Semimonthly, Issue6 (2009)
5, On the Legal Regulation of Computer Search, Jurists Review, Issue4 (2008)
6, On Creating Chinese Electronic Evidence Rules (RUC Press 2005)
7, Electronic Evidence Rules of USA (Procuratorial Press 2004)
8, Study on Electronic Evidence Laws (Law Press 2002)

Academic Lectures
1, On the Application Rules of Electronic Evidence in Deciding a Case, organized by the State Justice Institute, the Special Training for Senior Criminal Judges, March 19, 2009
2, E-discovery in China: the Present and Future, Legal Technology Asia-Pacific Summit 2008, December 9-10, 2008
Theoretical and Practical Issues of Electronic Evidence in China, organized by the Training Institutes of RUC and Training Seminar for Cadres of Political and Legal system in Wuhan, June 2, 2008
3, Status quo and Outlook: the Legal Aspects of Electronic Evidence, organized by Supreme People's Court, the 1st - 3rd Phase of the Criminal Justice Special Training Program, March 22, July 19, and December 19, 2006
4, Judge of Weight of Electronic Evidence -- and of the Revelation to Computer Forensics, CCFC 2006, the Second Session of Computer Forensics China Summit, June 18, 2006
5, Status quo and Outlook: Legislative and judicial issues of electronic evidence, organized by the Ministry of Public Security, in Xiamen, Fujian Province, August 23, 2005
6, Legislative and Judicial Issues of Electronic Evidence, Training for directors of National Customs investigation bureau and the Intelligence Service (Board), in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, August 19, 2005
7, Computer Forensics Regulation, CFAT 2005, the First Session Summit, June 27, 2005
8, Similar Seminars, organized by Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court, Tianjin People's Procuratorate, and other Local Judicial Agencies, from 2005 to 2009

Research Projects:1, 2008, Innovation of criminal judicial concept and system in Internet era (Funded by National social science fund)
2, 2008, Research on the collection and application of electronic evidence (Established by Supreme People's Procuratorate)
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