Yining Huang is PhD candidate in Faculty of Law, under the supervision of Dr. James Fry. Miss Huang obtained her bachelor degree in Law and Development Studies in SOAS, University of London. She got her first master degree in London School of Economics and Political Science for Law, Anthropology and Society. So far Miss Huang has completed her LLM degree in International Economic Law in University of Edinburgh. Her research interests lie in public international law sphere. Her dissertation concerns China’s approach to international law, particularly from the interdisciplinary perspective.
Field of Study: Public International Law
Thesis Title: “Multi-polarity” or the Risk of “Fragmentation of International Law” – An Observation from the Evolving China’s Approach to International Law
Supervisor(s): Dr. James Fry
Article, The Semisecret Life of Late Mao-Era International Law Scholarship, 39 Pace Law Review 991-1057