Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
- J.D., Pennsylvania State University
- Ph.D., University of Hong Kong
Professor Jason Buhi focuses on constitutional law and political development from a comparative perspective. He holds a J.D. from the Pennsylvania State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong (Ph.D. to be awarded November 2017). His dissertation surveys 450 years of constitutional evolution in China and Portugal to provide the first English-language treatise on constitutional development in Macau. His publications include the upcoming book chapter “Diverging Trends in the Socialist Constitutionalism of the People’s Republic of China and Socialist Republic of Vietnam,” as well as numerous articles including: “Autonomy with Portuguese Characteristics: A Primer on the Privileges of Portugal’s Autonomous Regions for the Special Administrative Region Audience” (Hong Kong Law Journal 2016), “The Perpetual Dance: Interpreting ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Through the Lens of Tongbian Dialectics” (Hong Kong Law Journal 2014), and “Foreign Affairs and the Chinese Constitutions under the Hu Jintao Administration” (Boston College International and Comparative Law Review 2014). Professor Buhi was first introduced to China as a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar from the USA to Hong Kong and Macau (2007-2008).
- Comparative Constitutional Law
- Constitutional Law Ⅱ