"The dialogue between the Constitution and the Penal Code"Academic Salon Held in Beijing University
At 9:00 on April 24, 2016, “The dialogue between the Constitution and the Penal Code”Academic Salon was held in Room 307, Koguan Building, Peking University.
The topics discussed are mainly in three aspects: the first topic is the current status of Constitutional teaching and Criminal Law teaching; the second topic is the influence generated by the interaction of the Constitution and the Penal Code so far; the third topic is how to further strengthen the interaction of constitutional and criminal law in the future.
The A.P. Lao Dongyan of Tsinghua University, pointed out that in the study of criminal law dogmatics, we often need to consider policy factors other than criminal law. The constitution has been exerting an impact on the policy of the criminal justice system.
The Prof. Zhang Xiang of Renmin University of China pointed out that constitutional interpretation in the Constitution is also a very worthy research question.
Following the address, the scholars discussed specific issues of constitutional and criminal law Relations.
Finally, the A.P. Professor Jiang Su and Professor Zhang Xiang made a summary of the meeting. The Salon lasted more than three hours, and finally ended in a pleasant and peaceful atmosphere.
This salon was funded by "Peking University Humanities and Social Sciences Academic Exchange Fund".
Translated by: Liu Tao
Edited by: Tian Yajuan