- Friday, February 5, 2021 at 12:10PM - 1:00PM
- Open To The YLS Community Only
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Center faculty and fellows will discuss the Center's work, and the many ways in which students can get involved, at an informal meet-and-greet lunch event.
After an initial introduction, individual Center fellows will be available in 'Breakout rooms.'
Uber Eats email voucher will be sent to pre-registered Yale Law School Students
Click here to receive the Zoom meeting link the morning of the event
This event is open to Yale Law Students ONLY
The Paul Tsai China Center is the primary home for activities related to China at Yale Law School. Founded in 1999, the Center is a unique institution focused on research, teaching, and activist projects in the areas of Chinese legal reform and U.S.-China relations.
We are proud of our Center’s track record of concrete impact both in China and the United States. Several of our current and former fellows have recently joined the Biden Administration in important foreign policy positions:
- Jake Sullivan, Non-Resident Senior Fellow, has been named National Security Advisor to President Biden.
- Jeff Prescott, former Deputy Director, has been nominated to serve as the Deputy U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
- Mira Rapp-Hooper, Senior Fellow, has joined the State Department as a Senior Advisor on China in the Office of Policy Planning.
- Rush Doshi, Brookings-Yale Fellow, has been named a China Director on the National Security Council.
At the upcoming Open House, current fellows will be available to discuss their ongoing projects and opportunities for students to work with the Center to explore their interests and goals related to China, U.S.-China relations, Chinese law and governance, and U.S. foreign policy. Please visit our website for more details.
- Paul Gewirtz: Potter Stewart Professor of Constitutional Law and Director, Paul Tsai China Center
- Robert Williams: Executive Director (projects on technology, national security, law, and U.S.-China relations)
- Jeremy Daum: Senior Fellow (projects on Chinese criminal justice and court reform)
- Jamie Horsley: Senior Fellow (projects on administrative law and governance, government transparency, public participation, and privacy law)
- Darius Longarino: Senior Fellow (projects on LGBT rights and gender equality)
- Samm Sacks: Senior Fellow (projects on technology policy, data governance, and U.S.-China relations)
- Susan Thornton: Senior Fellow (Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia, with projects on U.S.-China relations and multilateral diplomacy)
- Karman Lucero: Fellow (projects on artificial intelligence, digital currencies, and bioethics law and policy)
- Yangyang Cheng: Postdoctoral Fellow (focusing on U.S.-China relations and science & technology
- Changhao Wei: Postdoctoral Fellow (focusing on China's legislative process and legal oversight mechanisms)
- Mia Shuang Li: Research Associate (focusing on U.S.-China relations and technology policy)
Paul Tsai China Center