Mr. Xueliang JI 季雪亮先生

Research Student

Working toward a PhD in Laws, expected 2023

THESIS TOPIC

The Establishment of a Comprehensive International Taxation Dispute Resolution Mechanism – Combining the Merits of Other Dispute Resolution Regimes, co-supervised by Professors Fernando DIAS SIMÕES and Noam NOKED.

RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AIMS

I am interested in international economic law with an emphasis on international taxation and international investment law and policy. With my thesis, I hope to research the formal and substantive convergence of tax and investment treaties, in particular with respect to international dispute resolution.

WORKING PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS
  • Xueliang JI, ‘The Changing Paradigm of International Tax Dispute Settlement: What are the Promises and Challenges of Mandatory Arbitration for China?’ Oregon Review of International Law (forthcoming).
  • Xueliang JI, ‘The Internationalization of Tax Disputes — Issues and Options of a Standing International Tax Court’ (2019) 2(2) Cardozo International Comparative, Policy & Ethics Law Review 437-474.
PAPERS DELIVERED
  • “The European Union’s Proposed Multilateral Investment Court System: Will China Shift from Arbitration to the Investment Court System?”, CIBEL Global Network Young Scholars Workshop: Technological Change and the Future of International Economic Legal Order: China and beyond, UNSW, May 2, 2019.
EDUCATION AND AWARDS
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong, LLM, International Economic Law, China, 2015.
  • Shenyang Normal University, Bachelor’s Degree, Law, China, 2014.
  • Fort Hays State University, Bachelor’s Degree, Law, US, 2014.