Jingyuan Zhou


Jingyuan (Joey) Zhou is an SJD candidate in International Trade and Business Law and a Professor of Practice at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Joey focuses her research on international trade governance, specifically, on challenges associated with changing power dynamics and business patterns. Currently, Joey researches the Belt and Road Initiative, analyses signature projects and the impacts on current international trade. Joey received both a JD and an LLM in International Trade and Business Law from University of Arizona Law, where she graduated summa cum laude and the Order of Coif, and subsequently practiced in Phoenix, Arizona. She also received an LLM in Intellectual Property and LLB from China University of Political Science and Law, where she graduated first in her class.

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The Scorecard of the Phase One Trade Agreement

  The United States President and the Chinese Vice Prime Minister signed a deal dubbed as the “Phase One Trade Agreement” (“the Agreement”) on January 15, 2020. The Agreement withholds further escalation of the on-and-off trade war, which has dragged on for over 18 months between the US and China. The Agreement will likely lay a…

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