China’s Governance Challenges: Implications for U.S.- China Relations

October 20

12:00pm - 1:00pm


Audience: Alumni,  Current Student,  Current Student - Cloned,  Faculty,  Families,  Neighbor or Friend,  Prospective Student,  Staff

Jamie Horsley, Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center

Moderated by Suisheng Zhao, University of Denver

Jamie Horsley is Senior Fellow at the Paul Tsai China Center and Visiting Lecturer-in-Law at Yale Law School, as well as Visiting Fellow at the Brookings John L. Thornton China Center.  A Trustee of the Yale-China Association and a Yale since 2002, she formerly was Executive Director of the Yale China Law Center. Her project work and research primarily involve issues of governance and regulatory reform in China. She has authored numerous articles, portfolios and book chapters on topics relating to China’s legal and governance developments. Prior to joining Yale, she was a partner in an international law firm; Commercial Attaché, U.S. Embassies in Beijing and Manila; corporate executive based in China; and consultant to The Carter Center’s China Village Elections Project. She was a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars for 2015-16, and lived, studied and worked in the Greater China area for 12 years. She holds a Stanford University B.A., a University of Michigan Chinese Studies M.A., and a Harvard Law School J.D.