Professor Joy Y Xiang Appointed Visiting Fellow at NUS Law
Professor Joy Y Xiang was appointed a Visiting Fellow at the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law (“NUS Law”). As a Visiting Fellow, Professor Xiang spent two months in residence at NUS Law pursuing her research, attending workshops and meetings, and contributing with seminars to the Singapore legal community. Professor Xiang was invited to talk on Cleantech Innovation at a seminar jointly organized by the Asian Law Institute and the Asia-Pacific Center for Environmental Law at NUS. Professor Xiang was also invited to talk on IPR Management in International Cleantech Cooperation at a seminar organized by the Applied Research Center for Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia at the Singapore Management University. Professor Xiang thanks Dean Philip McConnaughay and Professor Norman Ho (who held the same appointment in 2017) at PKU-STL for their support to her appointment.
Professor Xiang’s research focuses on exploring ways to enhance innovation and collaboration. Her current research project is on global cleantech development and deployment; three law review articles have resulted from this project. Professor Xiang’s teaching includes U.S. and International IP, Patent Law, IP in East Asia, and IP Strategies.