Xin Yang recently graduated with an LL.M. from Harvard Law School focusing her study research on environmental law and regulation. Previously, she obtained both her doctorate and master’s of law degrees from Renmin University in China.
Yang was a visiting scholar in the East Asian Legal Studies program at Harvard Law School, where she researched regulations relating to green finance in China, and at Law School of Chicago University, where she undertook intensive training on the U.S. corporate laws and securities regulations. Yang has spent years doing comparative research on environmental regulation between the U.S. and China.