(…)  The relevance and significance of basic legal techniques and methods was once again confirmed by the large number of participants in the lecture "How Lawyers Think". In his lecture, Professor Möllers elaborated, among other things, fundamental techniques and methods of legal work, such as methods of interpretation according to Savigny, the formation of an analogy and steps of a teleological analogy.


The following renowned Chinese professors and scholars were invited to the event and participated with their valuable contributions:

  1. Prof. Dr. Zhongxia Li Li Zhongxia, Professor and Doctoral Supervisor at Renmin University of China Law School Ph.D. in Constitutional Law, Peking University Ph.D. in Law, Humboldt University, Germany

(Translator: Mr. Guobang Wu (LL.M), Ph.D student at the University of Vienna Law School, editor of the Journal of Legal Philosophy, Legal Methodology, Artificial Intelligence, CUPL.)


  1. Prof. Dr. Lei Chen, Vice Dean of the School of Law, City University of Hong Kong, Professor of the School of Law, Durham University, Professor of the Wenlan Chair, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law


  1. Prof. Dr. Mingzhe Zhu Associate Professor and Doctoral Supervisor of the Institute of Comparative Law at the China University of Political Science and Law, Ph.D. of Paris Institute of Political Studies


  1. Dr. Zhang Feihu Lecturer at the Law School of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law and Doctor of Law at the University of Konstanz, Germany


  1. Dr.  Qiangwei Ma Lecturer at the Law School of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, PhD jointly educated by Peking University and Augsburg University, Germany