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Stephen Zheng, Esq. is a former judge and an English-speaking, western-trained lawyer practicing law in China since 1999. As a licensed lawyer in China, Stephen is experienced in representing clients all across China.
Please provide your information regarding your legal needs including the location and summary of the problem. You will be contacted by Stephen Zheng with legal services tailored to you within one business day. Please note there is no obligation to retain the legal services offered to you. Any information provided will be confidential.
Send Inquiries to Stephen/Suzy(assistant) at: Stephen@chinalegaladvice.com or Suzy@chinalegaladvice.com.
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Over the years staying in this country I had to struggle through many legal situations. In the end I always got what I wanted but it cost a lot of time, headaches and effort. Therefore, I appreciate English speaking lawyers in Xiamen helping foreigners.
A former judge???? You've got to be kidding.
Where and when did he practice? Under what name?
A western trained lawyer? Trained where.
Does he have 'bar' certification in a western country? Or just some English speaking local who thinks they can make money by speaking english.
Seriously, if you're going to post without credentials, piss off.
If you took the time to look at the website you would see that he was a judge in the Fujian province from 1999-2003. He has been practicing law since 2004 and is a founding member of the law firm, Titan and Partners. He received his law degree from Xiamen University and his master's in International Law from University of New South Wales, Australia. If you have any more questions you can look at the website that we posted, www.chinalegaladvice.com, or perhaps contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, but please be a little less cynical if you decide to contact us.
I don't doubt what your website states.
I just find it amusing that people advertise on this site using poor English, bad grammar with a general lack of understanding for basic marketing skills and common sense.
Example......."he was a judge from 99-2003, and been practicing law since 2004".
Cynical? Who's being cynical? Defensive is the word that comes to mind.