Mr. McWang spent his early years in the metropolises of Beijing, New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanghai. He graduated with honors from Georgetown University in 2017 with majors in Economics and Theology, along with minors in Classics and Art History. Prior to law school, he worked for years at a leading investment bank in China handling cross-border transactions and international projects, before starting his own business consulting company with offices in Beijing and Shanghai. Mr. McWang owned a lounge in Beijing and serves as the International Brand Ambassador for Kaluga Queen Caviar, the world’s largest caviar producer boasting over a third of the global market share and catering to 24 out of 29 three-starred Michelin restaurants in France, as well as all of such establishments in New York City. Mr. McWang is currently pursuing dual degrees—a Juris Doctor from Georgetown and a Master in Economic Law from Sciences Po, Paris—with a focused emphases on corporate, antitrust, white collar defense, trade and financial regulations in his studies.
As a Catholic, a human rights advocate, and a staunch anti-Communist, Mr. McWang has been deeply committed to addressing the rights of Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region since 2017. Actively participating in Georgetown Law’s Human Rights Institute as an associate, he steadfastly advocates for the preservation of fundamental human rights including equal protection and religious freedom, and works diligently to expose the extent of human rights violations in contemporary China.
In his leisure time, Mr. McWang is an experienced and dedicated golfer and serves as the inaugural President of the Georgetown Law Golf Club, a student organization that he founded during his first year of law school. Among his varied other hobbies are skiing, tennis, squash, auto racing, as well as a deep appreciation for classical music, opera, and fine arts. Additionally, Mr. McWang is an avid collector of antique oriental art, with a specific focus on lacquerwares and porcelain art from the Sung, Yuan, Ming, and Ch’ing dynasties of imperial China (960-1912 A.D.).