Scarlett is a current Georgetown Law student in Cohort 5 of the Business Law Scholars program. She is very interested in M&A and sovereign debt restructuring.

She is an active member of Georgetown Law’s Corporate and Financial Law Organization. She is also Georgetown Law’s Student Ambassador. In 2022 summer, she is interning with the IMF’s Legal Department, focusing on sovereign debt restructuring matters.


Prior to attending Georgetown Law, Scarlett had interned at Shanghai Pudong Development Bank and the Wilson Center, where she researched U.S. and China’s monetary and trade policies. She was the researcher and coeditor of economist Kent Hughes’s The Middle Kingdom at Center Stage: China’s Past and Future Growth Strategy, a research project published in 2020. She was also a litigation paralegal at a boutique law firm in Los Angeles, where she had worked closely with clients from low-income families and assisted them with unlawful detainer and personal injury lawsuits.

Scarlett is passionate about microeconomics and econometrics. She received the Outstanding Academic Achievement in the Economics Major, the highest award of UCLA’s Department of Economics, when she graduated from UCLA in 2018.

Outside of the Classroom

Scarlett is an experienced classical pianist and has much fun playing the compositions by Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninoff. She is also a violinist and enjoys playing J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas. She performs regularly. Her earliest performance experience was in 2004.

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University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), BA Economics and Political Science, summa cum laude, 2018

Georgetown Law, JD expected, 2024