- Non-PRC Law Firms in China (as of Sept. 27, 2004)
- WTO Accession
- U.S. State Department Human Rights
- Draft Antimonopoly Law
- ABA Comments on Draft Antimonopoly Law
- Ford Foundation, Beijing office: Program Assistant for Law and Rights. Posted Dec. 19, 2005.
- Congressional-Executive Commission on China: Professional staff member to manage the Commission’s portfolio on commercial rule of law development in China. Posted December 14, 2005.
- United States Trade Representative, Office of China Affairs. Posted December 14, 2005.
- American Bar Association, Asia Law Initiative, Washington, D.C.: Project manager for Asia (particularly China). Posted Sept. 27, 2005
- Asia Foundation, Beijing office: Program officer, Law and Governance (resident Chinese nationals only). Posted Sept. 12, 2005.
- Congressional-Executive Commission on China: Professional staff member to manage the Commission’s portfolio on criminal law development in China. Posted August 23, 2005.
- St. John's University, Queens, New York: Adjunct instructor/adjunct assistant professor in Chinese Business Law or International Investment and Trade in China. Posted August 23, 2005.
- University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, Washington:
Faculty position in Chinese law (tenured or tenure-track;
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) (posted May 18, 2004)
- Hong Kong University Faculty of Law:
Assistant Professor/Research Assistant Professor in the
Department of Law, Chinese law expertise an advantage (posted May
- University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: Positions in Chinese and Asian law (posted May 12, 2004)
- Library of Congress:
Specialists at various levels with knowledge of law of an
Asia-Pacific jurisdiction (including China and Southeast Asia),
Chinese law, or a Southeast Asian jurisdiction (see text for
details) (posted May 5, 2004)
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- Yale-China Legal Education Fellowships (posted
November 19, 2002)
- U.S.-China Business Council: U.S.-China Legal
Cooperation Fund (posted September 13, 2001)
- Yale Law School: China Law Center Fellowship (posted February 26, 2001)
- University of British Columbia Faculty of Law:
Visiting Scholar in Chinese Legal Studies
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