Bar admission:

      • New York


      • Chinese
      • English
      • French


    • Norton Rose Fulbright Faculty Scholarships in Arbitration and Commercial Law (2017-2020)
    • The Best Research Outputs for Arbitration Theory in 2015 awarded by China Arbitration Research Institute
    • Focused Innovations Scheme: Support for High-impact Scholarship 2013-14

This nomination carried enough justifications and evidence for high impact.

— Committee on Focused Innovations Scheme

    • The SNIS Award 2011 for the Best Thesis in International Studies

The jury found that your subject was timely, addressed in a very original manner and presented in a well-articulated and appropriate form with a logical flow of arguments. All important SNIS criteria were met; your work is an excellent example of interdisciplinary research and your conclusions and proposals reach out beyond academia to policy makers on various levels.

    • Summa cum laude or Ph.D. thesis
    • Selected to present a paper at the Fourth Annual Harvard-Stanford International Junior Faculty Forum (IJFF) at Harvard Law School in November 2011.

“Harvard Law School and Stanford Law School co-hosted the fourth annual Harvard-Stanford International Junior Faculty Forum (IJFF) in November, bringing 11 of the world’s most innovative junior legal scholars from around the world to present their work.”[]

    • Selected to present a paper at the 2ndAnnual International Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA) Winter Forum, organized by the Center for American and International Law, in Miami in January 2013.

“[The two most important works in progress] have been selected from 57 submissions through a rigorous review process… Our objective is to integrate the unique insights of practitioners and academics and promote the evolution of international arbitration during a time of global transition.”[]