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Wendy Ng

Wendy Ng is a Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Law School. Wendy researches on competition law, focusing on China, international and comparative law, and political economy issues. She completed her PhD and LLB at the University of Melbourne and LLM at Columbia University. Her book, ‘The Political Economy of Competition Law in China’, was published by …

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Theodora Pritadianing Saputri

Theodora Pritadianing Saputri is a Lecturer at the Law Faculty of Parahyangan Catholic University. She teaches international contract law, law of obligations which consists tort law and contract law, property law and company law. She graduated from Parahyangan Catholic University and with a scholarship from the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education, she pursued her Master’s …

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Suprawee Asanasak

Suprawee Asanasak is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Thammasat University where she teaches jurisprudence and civil law. Before joining the Faculty, she obtained her LLB in Politics, Philosophy and Law from King’s College London and LLM from Duke University. While at Duke, she was a staff editor for the Duke Journal of Comparative …

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Sharon Kun-Amornpong

Sharon Kun-amornpong is with the Faculty of Law of Thammasat University in Thailand since 2014. She holds a Bachelor of Laws from the London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom). She has also obtained two Master’s degrees in Law from UCLA School of Law (USA) and the London School of Economics and Political …

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Roza Nurgozhayeva

Roza Nurgozhayeva is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Asian Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore. She serves as Vice President-General Counsel at Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. Before joining Nazarbayev University in 2014, she practiced law for more than 7 years as an in-house counsel of a commercial bank, a member of …

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He Qihao

He Qihao is an Associate Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL). He completed his LLM and SJD degrees at the University of Connecticut. Prior to that, he graduated with an LLB and LLM from the University of International Business and Economics. He was also the visiting scholar of the University …

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Min Yan

Min Yan is an Assistant Professor in Business Law and Director of the BSc Business with Law Program at Queen Mary University of London. He holds a PhD in Law from King’s College London and Fellowship of Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom. Yan teaches/supervises students from bachelor to doctorate level and specialises in corporate law …

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Michelle Miao

Michelle Miao is an Assistant Professor of Law from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and currently a Harvard Yenching Scholar (2019-20). Her research interests include the intersections between the domains of criminal justice, socio-legal studies and comparative law. Michelle’s recent scholarship focused on the administration of criminal law and policies in China and the …

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Marcus Teo Wei Ren

Marcus Teo is a Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, specialising in public law and private international law. He has published in leading journals in his fields, including Public Law, the Journal of Private International Law and the Statute Law Review, and his work has been or will be presented …

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Akio Hoshi

Akio Hoshi is an Associate Professor at Gakushuin University in Japan, where he teaches courses of Business Law, Comparative Corporate Law, Corporate Finance Law and Economic Analysis of Law. His research focuses on corporate governance, corporate takeovers, law & finance and private deal-making. Prior to joining the Gakushuin Faculty in 2015, he was engaged in …

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