Jingyi Xu Headshot

jx101@georgetown.edu

Country
People’s Republic of China

Education
LL.M. Global Health Law, Georgetown University Law Center, 2018 (With Distinction); LL.B China University of Political Science, 2017 (Cum Laude)

Awards & Honors
Full Sponsorship by China Scholarship Council (2018-2023); Global Health Law Fellowship, 2017; Academic Scholarship by Honorable Justice Patrick Chan from Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, 2016; Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Scholarship, 2016

Faculty Advisor
Lawrence O. Gostin

Areas of Study
Global Health Law; International Trade Law; Administrative Law.

In addition to her doctoral studies at Georgetown, Jingyi is a Graduate Teaching Fellow for AIDS Law and Ethics Seminar and a Doctoral Researcher at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. During the academic year 2017-2018, Jingyi was a student fellow at Georgetown Global Health Initiative and a staff editor on the articles and notes committee of Food and Drug Law Journal.

Jingyi’s proposed doctoral dissertation is “China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Its Impact on International Development Assistance for Health: Promises, Challenges, and Its Future.”  Her research interests and expertise focus on global health, socio-legal studies, regulatory capacity, dispute resolution, intellectual property as well as trade, investment, and health. Jingyi has published and co-authored several articles in the global health law area.

“Towards a Health Silk Road”: China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Its Impact on International Development Assistance for Health.