Graduated from Dalian Maritime University in 1982, visiting scholar at Berkeley University.
Used to be a member of the Judicial Committee of the Shanghai Maritime Court and the chif judge of the Maritime Djudication Division.
At present hold the office of an arbitrator of the China Maritime Arbitration Commission,
Arbitrator of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission,
Arbitrator of the Xiamen Arbitration Commission,
Arbitrator of Quanzhou Arbitration Commission.
Working language: Chinese (Mandarin / Min Nan), English
Maritime maritime business, civil business, civil execution, etc., including foreign-related legal services in the above-mentioned fields.
As a senior practicing lawyer, Mr. Chen has rich experience in handling cases, good professionalism and profound legal theory. He was invited to testify in the High Court of London as a expert witness to Chinese law. He agent the numerous complicated cases, not only effectively safeguarded the legitimate rights and interests of the parties, but also the cases were issued as a guiding case or gazetted by the Supreme People's Court because of its unique legal opinions.
Shanghai Maritime Court Clerk, Assistant Judge, Judge, Judge of the Maritime adjudication division, and member of the Judicial Committee. In the meantime, he was the first batch of scholars selected by the Supreme People’s Court to visit the United States.
1999 to 2002
2002 to 2005
Lawyer and consultant of Guangdong Jinghai Law Firm
2005 to 2010
Partner of Shanghai Huisheng Law Firm
2000 to present
Also serves as the arbitrator of the China Maritime Arbitration Commission
2010 to present
Director of Shanghai Panocean Law Firm
Also serves as the arbitrator of the Xiamen Arbitration Commission
2017 to present
Adjunct to China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission
2019 to the present
Also serves as an arbitrator of the Quanzhou Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission
If you have legal questions to ask for advice, or other business cooperation, please leave a message, thank you.