Lixia Lin, LLM of Class 2007 from China, is now an intern with the Securities and Exchange Comssion at its headquarters in Washington, D.C. Lixia works for the Office of Compliance Inspection and Examination and finds the internship very challenging and interesting. She has worked on inspection of self-regulatory programs of national stock exchanges and broker-dealers, as well as facilitated investigation of potential securities violations. She has also commented on option exchanges’ principal trading systems and helped with internal procedures and documents of the Commission. Lixia worked for the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commssion for four years as their attorney prior to attending the LLM program at Duke Law School.
Lixia Lin (LLM '07) interns at the Securities and Exchange Commission
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