Student, Peking University School of Transnational Law
Wang Hui is a third year J.D. candidate from Peking University. For the past two-and-a-half years he has devoted most of his time to the study of both U.S. law and Chinese law. He is also a research assistant and has done a lot of work researching aspects of U.S. law. Recently he has been expanding his career by interning at a leading arbitration commission, a fund management company and a top Chinese law firm.
Before being admitted to Peking University’s J.D. program, he worked for Bank of China in its head office, where he made transactions with financial institutions from all over the world, especially major commercial banks from the U.S. and Europe. He spent much of his spare time doing volunteer work, such as serving at the Beijing Olympic Games and teaching middle school students in an undeveloped town of China. He received several awards for his work both from the government and the university.
Wang Hui received a B.A. in English literature from Zhejiang University, in one of the most beautiful cities in China. He enjoys reading, travelling, and sports. He also likes making friends from different backgrounds and getting to know different cultures.