Li Kefeng graduated from the China University of Political Science and Law, majoring in economic law. Afterwards Mr. Li obtained the master of law degree at the East China University of Political Science and Law, specializing in jurisprudence. In April 2008, Mr. Li joined Beijing Migrant Workers’ Legal Aid Station, in charge of the daily management and supervision of 15 migrant workers’ legal aid organizations across the nation. Mr. Li participated in the drafting of Implementation (trial) Measures for Promoting Attorney Participation in the Migrant Worker Public Interest Legal Services Project. Mr. Li performed annual evaluation of local migrant workers’ legal aid organizations and public interest attorneys, and decided funding distribution and organization construction according to the evaluation results. Mr. Li helped carry out the Australian Government-subsidized project that provided office equipment for migrant workers’ legal aid organizations, enhancing the working efficiency of those organizations. Mr. Li is also in charge of the research project of the Asian Law Resources Center that studies practical difficulties facing farmers who lost their lands and the protection of their rights.
Li Kefeng handles migrant workers’ legal aid cases, provides free legal services for the migrant workers, and advocates for the rights of the unprivileged people.