Mr. Li has been widely acknowledged by the Chinese government and foreign parties. Many of Mr. Li's judgments were selected as sample cases and published by the Gazette of Supreme People’s Court, while some of Mr. Li's legal opinions were cited by the Chinese governments as supporting documents in the IPR negotiations between China and the U.S.
Mr. Li joined King & Wood Mallesons in March, 2005. Prior to joining King & Wood Mallesons, From 1983 to 1993, Mr. Li worked as a professor and renowned legal scholar at the School of Law of Jilin University, where he published more than 40 articles published in numerous academic journals such as Chinese Journal of Law, China Legal Science, and Abstracts of New China.
In 1994 Mr. Li moved to the Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court, where he founded the I.P. Tribunal and was a judge as well as Director-General of the I.P. Tribunal. The Shenzhen Intermediate People'sCourt is the first court in China to establish a separate division specializing in I.P. and its judiciary is viewed as among the most experienced in China, with a reputation for expertise in hearing IP-related cases.
Mr. Li obtained his LL.B. and LL.M. degrees from Jilin University in 1983 and 1989, respectively. Mr. Li was admitted to the PRC bar in 1986.
His working languages are Chinese and English.