Jingjia Zhang is an LL.M. candidate in Stanford Law School’s program in environmental law and policy. She has worked for three years as a corporate lawyer focusing on energy and resources practice. In particular, she has co-authored multiple articles to advise clients from different industries, covering energy and environment-related topics such as decommissioning of offshore projects.
Formerly a member of the China Guiding Cases Project (“CGCP”) of Stanford Law School, Ms. Zhang continues to contribute her research support to SINOTALKS®, which was founded by core members of the CGCP. In addition, she is an associate editor for Stanford Law and Policy Review and is participating in an environmental law pro bono project at Stanford Law School.