I am a PhD student at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at the Queen Mary, University of London School of Law. My thesis examines the development of the rule of law in the Chinese tax system.
I am a qualified lawyer with extensive experience in international and US taxation. I graduated from the New York University School of Law with a JD and a LLM in Taxation, and I have a MIA with a concentration in East Asian Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. I have also studied in Mainland China and Taiwan.
My primary areas of research include Chinese taxation, international taxation, US taxation, Chinese law, jurisprudence, and immigration and nationality law.