Michael Klausner是斯坦福大学“Nancy and Charles Munger”商学院教授、法学院教授。 他正在撰写《交易：商业交易的经济结构》一书。 他最近的出版物包括《公司治理实证研究：迈进与停滞》，以及《牛津公司法与管理手册》（2018年）中的“当今的公司合同”部分。 在1996年进入斯坦福大学之前，他曾在纽约大学法学院任职。在踏入学术界之前，Klausner教授曾在Gibson Dunn＆Crutcher和Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton＆Garrison等律所执业。 他还曾是白宫研究员、华盛顿特区巡回法院法官David Bazelon和最高法院法官William Brennan的法庭书记员。 他毕业于宾夕法尼亚大学（文学学士， 1976年）和耶鲁大学（法学博士和经济学硕士， 1981年）。
Michael Klausner is the Nancy and Charles Munger Professor of Business and Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. He is currently writing a book entitled Deals: The Economic Structure of Business Transactions. His recent publications include Empirical Studies of Corporate Governance: Some Steps Forward and Some Not, and The ‘Corporate Contract’ Today in the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Law and Governance (2018). Prior to joining the Stanford faculty in 1996, he was on the faculty at New York University School of Law. Before entering academics, Professor Klausner practiced law at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison. He was also a White House Fellow, a law clerk for Judge David Bazelon on the D.C Circuit and Justice William Brennan on the Supreme Court. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (B.A. 1976) and Yale University (J.D. and M.A. in Economics 1981).
Brent joined Tencent, a leading global Internet company, in 2010. He is currently Vice President and General Counsel, overseeing all legal matters, including intellectual property, litigation, privacy, compliance and public policy. Prior to joining Tencent, he worked at a leading Silicon Valley law firm, specializing in M&A and technology transactions, with a special emphasis on Internet companies. He received his JD from Stanford Law School, an MA in Asian Studies from Yale University and a BA in History from Carleton College.
Jian-Feng PAN is a Professor and PhD Supervisor of Peking University Law School. He is currently the Secretary of the Party Committee and Dean of Peking University Law School. He is also a member of Expert Advisory Committee of the Supreme People's Procuratorate. He serves as the vice president of the Research Associations of Chinese Law Society in the fields of Civil Procedural Law, Lawyer Science and Legal Documents. Moreover, he is an arbitrator of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Beijing Arbitration Commission, and South China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.
Han-Hua ZHOU is a professor of law in the Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and also serves in think tank of China’s central government.
Professor Zhou has over 20 years of experience in research and practice in law and government regulation, and has held numerous positions including Vice Chairman of the China Cyber and Information Law Society; Vice Chairman of the Labor Protection Supervision Committee of China Labor Society; Vice Chairman of China Administrative Law Society; Member of the Advisory Committee for State Informatization; Member of the Advisory Committee of the Supreme People’s Court for Guiding Cases; Member of the Advisory Committee of the Supreme People’s Court for Informatization; Chairman of the Legal Expert Advisory Working Committee of the Ministry of Culture; Legal Counsel for the Department of Finance; Member of the Legal Expert Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Transportation; Legal Consultant for the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development; Member of Advisory Committee of MOFCOM for E-commerce; Advisor Member of the Legal Advisory Committee for the State General Administration for Quality Supervision and Inspection and Quarantine; Member of Price Expert Advisory Committee jointly established by the National Development and Reform Commission and the China Price Association; Member of Editorial Board for the International Data Privacy Law published by OXFORD JOURNALS and the SUNGKYUNKWAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY LAW.
Professor Zhou was the Leader of the Task Force to draft the Regulations on the Freedom of Information and the Legislative Plan 2014-2020 for Information and Cyberspace, which were entrusted by the State Council Informatization Office and Cyberspace Administration of China, respectively. Professor Zhou has participated in many lawmaking and policymaking processes, including for the Administrative License Law, Cybersecurity Law, State Liability Law, Energy Law, Food Safety Law, E-Signature Law and the Regulation on Credit Industry Management. Professor Zhou obtained a Bachelor degree in Wuhan University, and both his Master degree and Doctor degree were awarded by the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Professor Zhou was a Senior Visiting Scholar at Yale Law School (2000); Visiting Scholar at Norwegian Institute of Human Rights (1998); Attorney at Law of Beijing Jun He Law Offices (1997-98); Research Scholar at the University of Michigan Law School (1993-1995). Professor Zhou is also the guest professor and researcher for several other universities in China.
Isabelle为探恪公司在ICT和数字领域的客户在本地和全球范围内提供监管和运营合规支持、咨询、战略和规划设计、实施和推广服务，重点关注数据隐私和网络安全（ 包括基础设施，市场准入条件，组织问题，政策和程序，培训，监控，ISO或SOC等认证，事件管理等），遍及各个领域（从传统托管到云服务，SaaS供应商，电子商务， 零售，银行，汽车，投资基金，健康，数字安全产品等）。
Isabelle leads regulatory and operational compliance support, consulting, strategy and program design, implementation and roll-out services for Tek-ID’s clients in the ICT and digital sphere, both locally and on a global level, with a focus on data privacy and cybersecurity (including infrastructure, market access conditions, organizational issues, policies and procedures, trainings, monitoring, certifications such as ISO or SOC, incident management, etc.), in various sectors (from classic hosting to cloud services, SaaS vendors, e-commerce, retail, banking, automotive, investment funds, health, digital security products, etc.).
As a legally and technologically savvy professional, she has a 360o approach to Compliance, bridging the gap between IT, legal, business and strategy. She further acts, for certain clients, as outsourced General Counsel / Compliance and Data Privacy Officer. Before joining Tek-ID, Isabelle had already accumulated a wealth of experience, skills and know-how in the ICT - digital field, first as an Attorney in Europe, followed by in-house experience as General Counsel, Data Privacy and Compliance Officer for ICT Companies. Isabelle is used to working with clients across various sectors all over the world, and with multidisciplinary, culturally and geographically diverse teams.
Andrew J. Grotto是斯坦福大学国际安全与合作中心William J. Perry国际安全研究小组研究员、斯坦福大学胡佛研究所研究员。他的研究、写作和教学主要集中在技术、政府管理和国际事务上。在2017年秋季加入斯坦福大学之前，他曾在奥巴马和特朗普政府的白宫国家安全委员会担任网络安全政策高级主管。
Andrew J. Grotto is the William J. Perry International Security Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, and a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, both at Stanford University. His research, writing and teaching focus on technology, governance, and international affairs. Before joining Stanford in the fall of 2017, he served as Senior Director for Cybersecurity Policy on the National Security Council at the White House, in both the Obama and Trump Administrations.
Rong WANG, a Senior Expert of Tencent Research Institute, has long engaged in researches of telecommunication, Internet legislation and regulatory policies. Wang used to be the Deputy Director of Cyber Law Center in CAICT (China Academy of Information and Communication Technology), which is one of the most important think-tanks in China's ICT industry. She has a significant research contribution to Personal Information Protection Law and Cyber Security Law.
Roland Vogl博士是位学者、律师和企业家。他在法律信息学，知识产权法与创新方面积累了丰富的专业知识，拥有超过15年的学术基础和专业阅历。目前，他是斯坦福大学法律，科学和技术项目的执行主任，以及斯坦福大学法学院的法律讲师。他的工作重点放在了法律信息中心（CodeX）开展的法律信息学工作，并且他是该中心的共同创办人和执行董事。Vogl博士还是奥地利维也纳大学的访问教授，讲授美国的知识产权法。他也积极参与快速发展的法律科技行业。最近，他入选美国律师协会杂志2017年“法律反叛者”，这是一个备受推崇的法律创新者团体，在此之前，他还被选为2016年Fastcase 50之一。Vogl博士还是FlightRight、LexCheck、IPNexus和LegalForce等公司的顾问委员会成员。此外，Vogl博士还是美国律师出版物“法律技术新闻”编辑顾问委员会成员，以及麦凯恩公司的董事会成员。
Dr. Roland Vogl is a scholar, lawyer and entrepreneur who, after more than fifteen years of academic and professional experience, has developed a strong expertise in legal informatics, intellectual property law and innovation. Currently, he is the Executive Director of the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology and a Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School. He focuses his efforts on legal informatics work carried out in the Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX), which he co-founded and leads as Executive Director. Dr. Vogl is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Vienna, Austria where he teaches about United States intellectual property law. Dr. Vogl is also actively involved in the rapidly growing legal tech industry. He was recently named to the American Bar Association Journal’s 2017 Class of “Legal Rebels”, a highly-regarded group of legal innovators and he was previously selected as one of the 2016 Fastcase 50. Dr. Vogl is on the advisory boards of FlightRight, LexCheck, IPNexus and LegalForce. In addition, Dr. Vogl serves as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Law Technology News, an American Lawyer publication, and of the board of directors of McCain, Inc. – a Swarco company.
Previously, he co-founded and served as CFOO of Vator.tv. He also co-founded and served on board’s compensation committee of SIPX, Inc., a copyright technology company which was acquired by ProQuest in 2015. His experience also includes working as the first teaching fellow of Stanford Law School’s international LLM degree program in Law, Science and Technology, as an IP associate at Fenwick & West LLP, as a press associate at the European Parliament and as a law clerk at the European Commission’s Directorate General for Audiovisual Media, Information and Communication. Vogl holds both a Dr.iur. (JSD) and a Mag.iur. (JD) from Leopold-Franzens University of Innsbruck, Austria as well as a JSM from Stanford Law School.
Tom Rubin是斯坦福大学法学院法学讲师，开设了与人工智能、科技政策和知识产权方面的研讨课程，并在国际律师事务所Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan担任特别法律顾问。多年来，他担任微软公司首席知识产权战略顾问和版权、商标和商业秘密小组的负责人，主要专研于知识产权、技术、许可、互联网和媒体法律领域。
除了在斯坦福大学教学外，他还在哈佛法学院和耶鲁大学开设研讨课程。他经常就与内容,创新,和互联网相关的法律、政策和商业问题进行演讲,在俄罗斯圣彼得堡国际经济论坛、中国国际版权论坛、韩国国际版权技术会议、华盛顿特区的史密森学会以及世界各地其他政府、学术和行业论坛都进行过相关演讲。在微软公司工作之前，Rubin是美国纽约南区的一名助理律师，也是美国最早的计算机和知识产权犯罪检察官之一。他在担任美国助理律师时表现出色，于1997年获律政司司长奖。在担任美国律师办公室任职之前，他在纽约Debevoise & Plimpton国际律师事务所任职，并担任过纽约南区地区法院Leonard B. Sand法官和美国第二巡回上诉法院James L. Oakes首席法官的书记员。Rubin毕业于耶鲁大学和斯坦福大学法学院，在此之前，他曾在《纽约时报》的编辑部工作。他目前是知识共享协会的董事会成员、新闻自由记者委员会的指导委员、以及斯坦福大学法学院的监事会成员。他也是麻省理工学院媒体实验室知识产权委员会的成员、CCH公司计算机法律指南顾问委员会的成员。
Tom Rubin is Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School, where he teaches seminars on Artificial Intelligence, Technology Policy and Intellectual Property, and Special Counsel at the international law firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. For many years he served as Chief Intellectual Property Strategy Counsel and the head of the copyright, trademark and trade secret group at Microsoft Corporation. He has expertise in intellectual property, technology, licensing, internet and media law.
At Microsoft, Rubin spearheaded complex litigation, enforcement, product development, licensing, marketing, and global policy strategies across Microsoft’s business divisions, including Windows, Office, Azure, Xbox and Bing. He also led many collaborative efforts with other leaders in the technology and content industries, including amicus briefs before the U.S. Supreme Court and California Supreme Court; policy initiatives; and product partnerships. In 2010, the Los Angeles County Bar Association awarded him the Corporate Alternative Dispute Resolution Award for his leadership of the landmark User Generated Content Principles.
In additional to Stanford, Rubin has taught seminars at Harvard Law School and Yale University. A frequent speaker on legal, policy, and business issues related to content, innovation, and the Internet, he has testified before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and addressed the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in Russia, International Copyright Forum in China, International Copyright Technology Conference in Korea, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., and many other government, academic and industry forums around the world. Prior to Microsoft, Rubin was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, where he was one of the first prosecutors of computer and intellectual property crimes in the United States. He was awarded the Department of Justice Director’s Award for Superior Performance as an Assistant United States Attorney in 1997. Prior to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Rubin was at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York and clerked for Judge Leonard B. Sand in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and Chief Judge James L. Oakes in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. A graduate of Yale and of Stanford Law School, he worked in the newsroom of The New York Times prior to law school. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Creative Commons; the Steering Committee of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press; and the Board of Visitors at Stanford Law School. He was also a member of the Intellectual Property Commission of the MIT Media Lab and on the Board of Advisors of CCH’s Guide to Computer Law.
Dr. Su JIANG is an Associate Professor of law at Peking University Law School in China. He holds a B.A degree in English literature from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law (2001), a J.D degree from Peking University Law School (2004) and a Ph.D. in Law from Peking University Law School (2009). Dr. Jiang was Postdoctoral Researcher from September 2009 to July 2010 at Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany; and postdoctoral researcher from July 2010 to July 2012 at Peking University Law School. In 2012, Dr. Jiang became an Assistant Professor at Peking University Law School, and he was promoted to an Associate Professor in 2013. In 2017, Dr. Jiang was appointed as the Deputy Director of Center for Criminal Justice Studies of Peking University and the Deputy Director for Law and Artificial Intelligence Lab & Research Center of Peking University. Dr. Jiang was a visiting scholar from September 2008 to August 2009 at Law School of University of California, Berkeley, and from 2010, he was also a visiting scholar at various German Universities and institutions. Dr. Jiang’s research areas include substantive criminal law doctrines, death penalty, imprisonment rate, sentencing, international criminal law (especially participation to international crimes) and law and artificial intelligence. Dr. Jiang has published numerous articles, books and translations in Chinese, English, German and Japanese.
Ángel Gómez de Ágreda为西班牙空军上校， 马德里理工大学博士研究生。 他曾担任西班牙联合网络司令部合作组织以及塔林北约合作网络防御中心委员会的西班牙代表。Ángel Gómez de Ágreda是40多所大学和商学院的讲师，已经发表了100多篇文章和书籍，并且很快将发行一本新书：《勇敢的奥威尔世界》。他同时还是西班牙空军的前交通飞行员和伞兵，飞行时间超过4000小时，跳跃600次，并参加了4次国际任务。
Ángel Gómez de Ágreda is a Spanish Air Force Colonel. He is a Ph.D. Candidate at Madrid´s Polytechnic University, MD in Terrorism. He is also a former Chief of Cooperation at the Spanish Joint Cyber Command and Spanish Representative at NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence´s Board in Tallin. Ángel Gómez de Ágreda is a lecturer of over 40 universities and business schools. He has published over 100 articles and book chapters and will soon release a new book A Brave Orwell´s World. He is also a former transport pilot and paratrooper in the Spanish Air Force with over 4000 flight hours and 600 jumps, and has taken part in 4 international missions.
Dr. Jason SI is currently the Dean of Tencent Research Institute, the Director of Tencent Public Strategy Research Department, and the Vice General Legal Counsel of Tencent Group. He is also a Vice Director of National Network Copyright Industry Research Base, the President of the Shenzhen Copyright Association, and an Advisor to postgraduates at Peking University Law School. He received his Ph.D. degree in Law from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law and he is also a visiting scholar of Stanford University Law School,
Dr. Si has dedicated much of his academic works to studying legal and public issues associated with the Chinese Internet industry and published dozens of articles accordingly. Before joining Tencent, he held key positions in Netease, Xunlei, and other renowned Chinese Internet companies. The unique combination of both academic and practical experiences helps him cut deep into those often fast-changing structures and practices of the Chinese Internet industry, and develop his reputation as an influential advisor in relevant fields.
在FOSI任职之前，Stephen是互联网内容评级协会(ICRA)的创始人和首席执行官，他领导的团队开发了世界领先的网络内容标签系统。在ICRA任职期间，Stephen于2000年在美国儿童在线保护委员会(COPA)任职，2001年被《互联网杂志》评为英国最具影响力的50人之一。Stephen同时还担任英国继亲家庭协会的执行董事、伊斯灵顿志愿行动理事会秘书长、卡姆登社区交通(Camden Community Transport)的执行董事和当代艺术学院(伦敦)的管理职位。Stephen的第一份工作是在巴勒斯机械(Burroughs Machines，现Unisys)工作，他曾在一家体育赞助公关公司West Nally Ltd工作过一段时间。
1994年，Stephen被任命为娱乐软件咨询委员会(RSAC)的第一任执行董事，该委员会为电脑游戏创建了一个独特的自我标记系统，然后在1996年，Stephen启动了RSACi——ICRA网站标记系统的先驱。由于他在网络安全方面的努力，他在1998年被授予德国古特灵(Gutersloh)的卡尔•贝塔斯曼奖(Carl Bertelsmann Prize)，以表彰他在信息社会中的创新和责任感，并被邀请参加克林顿政府期间的首次和随后的白宫互联网峰会。Stephen于1977年在卡迪夫大学获得心理学学士学位。他出生于华盛顿特区，曾在英国生活多年，现在拥有双重国籍。他定期向《赫芬顿邮报》投稿，经常出现在全国性的电视和广播节目上，如微软全国广播公司（MSNBC）,美国有线电视新闻网（CNN）、美国国家公共电台（NPR）和英国广播公司(BBC)，接受过《华盛顿邮报》、《纽约时报》和《华尔街日报》等主流报纸、广播和主流媒体的采访，在4个大洲15个国家发表过演讲。
Stephen Balkam has had a wide range of leadership roles in the nonprofit sector in the both the US and the UK. He is currently the Founder and CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), an international, nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington D.C. FOSI’s mission is to make the online world safer for kids and their families. FOSI convenes the top thinkers and practitioners in government, industry and nonprofit sectors to collaborate and innovate, and to create a “culture of responsibility” in the online world.
Prior to FOSI, Stephen was the Founder and CEO of the Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) and lead a team which developed the world’s leading content labeling system on the web. While with ICRA, Stephen served on the US Child Online Protection Commission (COPA) in 2000 and was named one of the Top 50 UK Movers and Shakers, Internet Magazine, 2001. In 1994, Stephen was named the first Executive Director of the Recreational Software Advisory Council (RSAC) which created a unique self-labeling system for computer games and then, in 1996, Stephen launched RSACi – a forerunner to the ICRA website labeling system. For his efforts in online safety, Stephen was given the 1998 Carl Bertelsmann Prize in Gutersloh, Germany, for innovation and responsibility in the Information Society and was invited to the first and subsequent White House Internet Summits during the Clinton Administration.
Stephen’s other positions include the Executive Director of the National Stepfamily Association (UK); General Secretary of the Islington Voluntary Action Council; Executive Director of Camden Community Transport as well as management positions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (London) and Inter-Action. Stephen’s first job was with Burroughs Machines (now Unisys) and he had a spell working for West Nally Ltd – a sports sponsorship PR company. Stephen received a BA, magna cum laude, in Psychology from University College, Cardiff, Wales in 1977. A native of Washington, DC, Stephen spent many years in the UK and is now has dual citizenship. He writes regularly for the Huffington Post, appears often on TV and has appeared on nationally syndicated TV and radio programs such as MSNBC, CNN, NPR and the BBC and has been interviewed by leading newspapers such as the Washington Post, New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, radio and in the mainstream press. He has given presentations and spoken in 15 countries on 4 continents.
Orla MacRae is the Deputy Director for Online Harms in the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport (DCMS). Prior to this, Orla has held a number of roles across the Government, including Assistant Director on Cyber Security of Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Project Manager of the Home Office, Policy Analyst of Cabinet Office, Policy Advisor of Department of Business Innovation and Skills.
Xi-Xin WANG is currently a Professor of Peking University Law School and the Dean of Peking University Law and Development Academy. His academic interests cover Chinese Constitutional and Administrative Law, with focus on administrative procedure, public participation, government information disclosure, local governance and cyber security. Professor Wang is the founding Director of Center for Public Participation Studies. During 2015-2017, he served as Associate Chief Judge of Administrative Division of China’s Supreme People’s Court.
Professor Wang was nominated Bok Distinguished visiting professor of University of Pennsylvania Law School (2013) and visiting professor of Columbia Law School (2014), and an Advisor to the World Development Report Project of the World Bank in 2015-2016. He is also a Fellow of China Center at Yale Law School since 2003.
Chang, Geun Young is currently a Senior Researcher at the Korean National Youth Institute. Professor Chang graduated from the Department of Psychology of Seoul Yonsei University in South Korea and obtained his Ph.D. degree in psychology in 2003. His main research area is human development, and he also has unique insights in online games, mass media and culture. Professor Chang worked at Sejong University, Hongyi University and Yanshi University.
Professor Chang has conducted the program of A Study on Measurement of Korean Youth Competencies and International Comparative Study II and A study on the 6th Basic Plan for National Youth Policy in recent years and has published several research reports including Development of Youth Happiness Community's Index and Assessment of It and The Analysis of the Image on Digital Games in Korea. He was honored with the Best Paper Award by Korea Association of Information Education in 2005.
Le YANG is a Ph.D. of Law and a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. She is currently the Vice President of Tencent Research Institute, and the Director of Legal Policy Research Department of Tencent Group. She is also the Deputy Secretary General of Legal Committee of China Advertising Association, a member of Expert Committee of China Advertising Association, a member of Network and Information Law Society of China Law Society, and a Senior Research Fellow of Center for Digital Economy and Legal Innovation of University of International Business and Economics.
Dr. Yang has been engaging in the practice and research of Internet law and policy for a long time. She organized the compilation of Network Law Theory (Volumes I and II, CHINA UNIVERSITY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND LAW PRESS), and co-authored "The Study of Internet Advertising Law Issues". In recent years, she has published more than 20 academic articles and has more than 10 years of research experience and industry influence in the fields of network governance and public policy, network media law, e-commerce law, and network platform responsibility.
郭雳现任北京大学法学院教授、副院长、博士生导师，也是该院刊物“Peking University Journal of Legal Studies”的主编。郭教授曾客座任教于康奈尔、杜克、范德比尔特、悉尼大学等法学院，并入选德国“洪堡学者”。
Li GUO is a Professor and Vice Dean at Peking University Law School. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of PKU Journal of Legal Studies. He has also taught at Cornell, Duke, Vanderbilt, and Sydney Universities and been named “Humboldt Fellow” by the Humboldt Foundation of Germany.
His scholarly interests primarily cover commercial and economic laws, comparative study of legal systems, and interdisciplinary research on law and finance. He is the Vice Chairman of the China Banking Law Society, is a Standing Committee Member of the China Society of Economic Law and the China Society of Securities Law, and has received various awards, including the recognition by the Beijing Municipal Government as one of the Outstanding Teachers in the municipality. Professor Guo exerts his influence in the fields of research and practice in financial law. He has published approximately 50 Chinese and English articles in core SSCI or CSSCI journals. He is serving as a member of the Public Offering Review Committee for the China Securities Regulatory Commission, as well as an Expert Member of Specialized Committees for the Asset Management Association of China and the National Internet Finance Association of China. He is listed as an Arbitrator at the Beijing Arbitration Commission and the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration; he is admitted to the Bar of China and New York. Professor Guo is a graduate of Peking University, Southern Methodist University, and Harvard University Law School.
Ping ZHANG is a Chair Professorship Professor of Peking University Law School, Executive Director of Intellectual Property School of Peking University and the Director of the Internet Law Center of Peking University. She was once a visiting scholar of Washington University. Her research interests mainly focus on Intellectual Property Law and Internet Law. Professor Zhang has participated some key projects including National Outline for Medium and Long-Term S&T Development, Outline of the National Intellectual Property Strategy, Internet based Legislation Research, Patent Law, Trademark Law, Copyright Law revision research. As one of the founders of Peking-Stanford-Oxford Conference, she organizes the Internet Law and Public Policy seminar every year. Professor Zhang has a wide range of research interest and a keen foresight in many Intellectual Property Law and Internet Law related fields, such as the conflict and balance of company’s patent interests and public benefits in standard settings and related antitrust issues. Her recent interests are intellectual property right`s protection and application in Internet opening innovation, intellectual property protection in entertainment industry, legal issues of personal information in big data application. She currently serves in many other influential organizations in Chinese pntellectual property law and policy, including Secretary General of the China Law Association on Science and Technology, Vice-Chairman of the China Intellectual Property Society, and Secretary General of the Intellectual Property Association of Chinese Universities.