New Personnel Join the Center in Beijing and New Haven
Zhen Liu joined the China Law Center as a Fellow in New Haven on November 2. Before joining the Center, Zhen was a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations and a researcher for the U.S.-Asia Law Institute of New York University. From 2003 to 2004, she was a frequent contributor on legal issues for the China Economic Times. Zhen holds an LLM degree from NYU Law School and an LLB from Zhejiang University.
Philip Chen moved to Beijing to work for the Center as a Senior Fellow on February 11. Philip had previously worked with the Center in New Haven. Prior to joining the Center, Philip was an associate in the litigation practice of Sidley Austin LLP. From 2001-2002, he was a law clerk to the Hon. Jose A. Cabranes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Philip is a 2001 graduate of Yale Law School.
Katherine Wilhelm joined the China Law Center as a Senior Fellow in Beijing on March 10. Prior to becoming a lawyer, she was a journalist and reported from China, Hong Kong and Vietnam for The Associated Press and Far Eastern Economic Review. Most recently, she practiced at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. Katherine is a graduate of Columbia Law School and holds master’s degrees in Chinese studies from Harvard University and in journalism from Columbia University.