Prof. Luo Visits with Admitted Students, Alumni in China
Wei Luo, lecturer in law and director of technical services at the law library, recently visited with admitted students and 16 alumni in Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Beijing, China. In addition to connecting with alumni, admitted students had the opportunity to learn more about Washington University School of Law’s Graduate and International Programs, as well as information about campus life and St. Louis living.
Alumni in attendance at the Shanghai reception were:
- Patrick Yu, LLM-U.S. Law '09, JD '11, associate at Jones Day
- Zhu Yi, LLM-U.S. Law '11, associate at Dacheng Law Offices
- Liu Yang, LLM-U.S. Law '11, attorney-at-law at SG & Co. PRC Lawyers
- Amy Dai, LLM-U.S. Law '09, JD '11, senior legal advisor at Johnson Matthey Catalysts
- Bella Chen, LLM-U.S. Law '09, attorney at JUN HE
- Alex Wang, LLM-U.S. Law '09, attorney at Kaye Scholer LLP
- Chandice Wang, LLM-U.S. Law '09, attorney at Zhong Lun Law Firm
- Yuechung Liu, LLM-U.S. Law '10, JD '12, lecturer at Shanghai Normal University Law School
Alumni in attendance at the Guangzhou reception were:
- Lidong Pan, LLM-U.S. Law '04, partner at Wang Jing and Co.
- Dongwook Lee, LLM-U.S. Law '03, JD '05, legal consul at the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Guangzhou, China
Alumni in attendance at the Beijing reception were:
- Calvin Bao, LLM-U.S. Law '08, JD '09, associate at K&L Gates
- Hu Tie, LLM-U.S. Law '07, JD '09, partner/attorney at law at DeHeng Law Offices
- Guo Yanxiong, LLM-U.S. Law '05; JD '07, associate at King & Wood Mallesons
- Chen Si Yi, LLM-U.S. Law '08, JD '10, lawyer assistant at Commerce & Finance Law Offices
- Abraham Ma, LLM-U.S. Law '07; JD '09, director, assistant president, and legal director at ZAX
- Feng Sheng, LLM-U.S. Law '08, JD '10, associate at Hogan Lovells
In addition to his work in technical services for the law library, Luo provides reference services and assistance with a focus on China and other Asian countries. Previously an attorney in China, he is a lecturer in law for the school, teaching Legal Research in U.S. Law to foreign LLM students. He also is a prolific writer of books and articles with at least a dozen books on Chinese law published in English and Chinese.
Luo also created and maintains the Internet Chinese Legal Research Center, a website devoted to Chinese legal research and resources encompassing Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, and he is the recipient of six research grants from the U.S.-China Legal Cooperation Fund to promote the American law codification system, uniform legal citation format, and freedom of government information in China. The second edition of his proposed legal citation system for the Chinese legal community (a Chinese version of the Bluebook) was published in August 2013 by Peking University Press.