Zhang ’93 meets with LLM students

May 1, 2013Duke Law News

Christina Zhang ’93, a partner at Cooley LLP in Shanghai, met with Duke Law’s Chinese LLM students in April to offer them career advice and encouragement.  While in the Triangle, Zhang offered a presentation titled “Opportunities for U.S. Life Sciences Companies in China:  Entry Vehicles and Key Operational Issues” at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

Zhang '93 with LLM studentsSeated, left to right:  Xue Zhang, Jing Bao, Christina Zhang ’93, Ming Lei, Zhejun Xu
Standing, left to right:  Chenghong Wang, Guangyu Pan, Yidong Wei, Jun Fang, Kailun Li


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