Hui (Helen) Pang

Academic Year: 
To Yale
Exchange Partners: 
Fudan University
Project Title: 
Integrating Sustainable Development with Bilateral Investment Treaties: The Approach for Developing Countries

Hui Pang is a graduating Master of Law candidate from Fudan University. Her current research is focused on issues concerning sustainable investment law, with a publication on this topic in the Chinese Journal of Legal System and Society. Outside academia, she has experience in both the public and private sectors concerning international business and investment, having interned at the Shanghai office of ChinaSF (an economic initiative of the City of San Francisco which aims to promote investments between China and San Francisco companies), and the Shanghai office of Clifford Chance LLP and Baker & McKenzie LLP regarding capital markets and corporations. She also shares an interest in women's rights and international human rights law. She was the representative of China at the 2014 World Congress of Global Partnership for Young Women and spoke on the issue of domestic violence.

Policy Brief: “How Developing Countries Can Address Environmental Concerns in International Investment Agreements”