Student, Peking University School of Transnational Law
Ma Ji is a third-year student from Peking University School of Transnational Law pursuing a double degree in a J.D. and a J.M. In October 2012, he founded the Peking University Intellectual Property Association with an excellent advisory board and now serves as Chair. From 2011 to 2012, he served as vice chair of the student union in his law school.
Ma Ji is the recipient of the Exceptional Promising Scholarship, Peking University Excellent Social Work Award and was awarded the Dean’s Citation in Employment Law. He was a research assistant for Prof. Mark Feldman on how the U.S. fared before PCJ and ICJ, and for Prof. Qiao Shitong on the Chinese non-interference principle applied in diplomacy. Previously, Ma Ji worked in Grandall Law Firm as a winter intern and in Shenzhen Nanshan Notary Office as a summer intern. His legal interests include Employment Law, WTO Law and Arbitration. Recently his article "Challenge the Non-market Economy Methodology Taken by EU and U.S. in WTO Antidumping Area" was published in the Public International Law eJournal Vol. 7, No. 168: Dec 19, 2012.
Ma Ji earned his Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering from Beijing Institute of Technology. In the consecutive four years, each year he was awarded as a Triple-A Outstanding student and received a first-class Renmin Scholarship. He participated in the “Challenge Cup” Business Plan Contest, and was awarded second prize in the National University Physics Competition. He was also awarded honorable prize in the National Industrial Engineering Application Competition. Ma Ji enjoys travelling, watching movies, playing freebee and anything that sparks his passion.