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LI, Qing Partner

Professional Experience

Mr. Li has been practicing law since 1995 and joined JunHe in January 2001. He is now based in the Beijing office. Before joining JunHe, he practiced at two Shandong law firms for five years. 

In Mr. Li’s more than 28 years of practice, litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution have been his major practice areas. He has extensive experience in handling various types of litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution cases, especially cross-border litigation and international arbitration. He has successfully represented many foreign companies in litigations in China, and represented or advised many Chinese companies in international arbitrations or litigations outside China.     

Mr. Li is well-versed in all aspects of international trade and has extensive experience counseling companies on international trade matters. He is also an expert on customs law and has successfully helped a number of companies in responding to the investigations by Chinese customs. Mr. Li has been invited to give lectures on Chinese customs laws at several international conferences.


LL.B., Northwest University of Politic and Law, 1992 

Practical Training Scheme for Young Chinese Lawyers, UK, 1999-2000

Professional Associations

Li Qing is a member of the All-China Bar Association.

Language Skills

Fluent in English and Mandarin.

JunHe is the only Chinese law firm to be admitted as a member of Lex Mundi and Multilaw, two international networks of independent law firms. JunHe and selected top law firms in major European and Asian jurisdictions are “best friends.” Through these connections, we provide high quality legal services to clients doing business throughout the world.
As the first carbon neutrality fund sponsored by a law firm in China, the BAF Carbon Neutrality Special Fund was jointly established by JunHe and the Beijing Afforestation Foundation (BAF) to promote carbon neutral initiatives, and encourage social collaboration based on the public fundraising platform to mobilize engagement in public welfare campaigns.