Jamie P. Horsley is Senior Research Scholar and Lecturer in Law at the Yale Law School and Deputy Director of The China Law Center. She co-teaches a weekly Workshop on Chinese Legal Reform and directs cooperative projects with Chinese counterparts primarily in the areas of administrative law and regulatory reform, including in particular the development in China of access to government information, public participation in the administrative process, administrative procedure reform, and administrative dispute resolution. She is a Director of the National Committee on United States-China Relations. She received her J.D. from the Harvard Law School, an M.A. in Chinese Studies from the University of Michigan, her B.A. from Stanford University and a diploma in Chinese law from the University of East Asia, Macao. Before moving to Yale, Ms. Horsley was a partner in the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, establishing their first office in Beijing in 1981-83 and managing the China practice from Hong Kong 1986-90; Commercial Attaché in the U.S. Embassies in Beijing and Manila, 1991-95; Vice President of Motorola International, Inc. and Director of Government Relations for China for Motorola, Inc., resident in Beijing (1995-98); and a consultant to The Carter Center on village elections in China (1999-2002). Ms. Horsley lived and worked in China for 13 years and travels there frequently. She speaks and reads Mandarin Chinese.