Dr. Trần Kiên

Tran Kien is a lecturer in laws at the School of Law, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. He earned both his PhD and Master degree at the University of Glasgow, Britain in 2015 and 2010 respectively. Prior to his postgraduate studies overseas, he had completed his first law degree at Vietnam National University, Hanoi (2007).
At the School of Law, his teaching is primarily focused on private law including but not limited to Roman law, Civil law, and Intellectual property law at both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. However, Kien’s research is more diverse and interdisciplinary. His research on child support, family and marriage law, immigrant workers, human rights and constitution has been published on a number of domestic as well as international journals and books. At this moment, his research interests lie in the reform and development of law of Vietnam in the context of transition, post-socialist. He is also interested in understanding how other fields of social science such as history, art, economics can inform or influence our perception about law.  

Affiliation: 
School of Law, Vietnam National University Hanoi