Teaching Fellow of the LLM Program in International Economic Law, Business and Policy (IELBP)
Lecturer in Law
Stanford Law School
Mao-wei Lo, from Taiwan, is a doctoral candidate at Stanford Law School. His research interests lie in public international law, international economic law (WTO and investment treaties), human rights law and Cross-Strait (Taiwan and China) relations. Particularly, Mao-wei is interested in exploring the interactions between different international legal regimes and the function of dispute settlement mechanisms in international law.
Mao-wei obtained his JSM from Stanford Law School; and received his LLB and LLM from National Taiwan University (NTU), with the honor of 2011 and 2012 Presidential Awards. Active in legal academia, Mao-wei has presented at numerous conferences and seminars. His legal scholarship has appeared in journals and edited collections. He won the John Hart Ely Prize for outstanding writing from Stanford Law School, and was also awarded a Ministry of Education Scholarship to study International Organizations and International Law.
Before coming to Stanford, Mao-wei served as the Senior Officer at Department of Legal Affairs, Mainland Affairs Council (Taiwan’s government agency responsible for research, planning, review, and coordination of Mainland China policies and affairs) from 2015. He also worked as Assistant Research Fellow at Academia Sinica, Teaching Assistant at NTU College of Law and Research Assistant at Asian Center for WTO and International Health Law and Policy (ACWH). In addition, he served as the Chief Editor of the Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy in 2014.