Michelle obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree at East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai. She then furthered her legal studies and obtained her Juris Doctor degree and Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at City University of Hong Kong.
During her study at East China University of Political Science and Law, Michelle had achieved various kinds of honours including University-level Individual Scholarships and National Scholarships. She had also published a thesis named The Analysis of the Legal Issues on the Tires-specific Safeguard Measures Proposed by the US, in the National Level Academic Journal, Commercial Culture.
Michellehad received professional training in areas of corporate/foreign investment, capital market/securities, labour law, etc. when she was working as an intern in the Shanghai office of a sizeable mainland law firm.
In addition, Michelle had worked as a research assistant for the School of Law of the City University of Hong Kong and helped to research on the PRC’s practice on international investment laws. As part of her work, Michelle was entrusted to translate CIETAC arbitral awards, the People’s court decisions of different levels, and the Supreme People’s Court’s judicial interpretations into English. Most of these translations were directly used in the research project as reference.
Michelle mainly assists in handling corporate, commercial, mainland China investment projects work, etc.
Her working languages are English, Putonghua and Cantonese.
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