Yuanjing MA, LL.M., China Consultant


LL.M., China Consultant


  • 1999 – BA degree in Legal Studies from the China University of Political Science and Law
  • Bar examination in 2002 and professional qualification as an attorney at law
  • LL.M. studies at the Free University of Berlin Master of Laws degree obtained in 2005

Professional experience

  • 1999 – 2002 Occupation at the Peking Intermediate Court for Transport
  • 06 – 08/2000 Temporary employment in the Transport Chamber of China's Supreme People’s Court
  • 2005 – 2007 Employment with a Berlin firm of accountants
  • 2007 – 2014 Self-employed operations at a Berlin law firm specialising in aliens law, corporate law, drafting of contracts and Chinese law

Language skills

  • Chinese (mother tongue)
  • German
  • English


  • Chinese corporate law, contract law, joint-venture and foreign company law
  • Chinese arbitration procedures (CIETAC) and legal procedures
  • German aliens law and corporate law

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