Assistant Professor of Law
Professor Jerry Liu has a specialty in international IP, in particular the interaction among IP protection, technological innovation, and the development of cultural industries. He is currently completing his JSD degree at Stanford, where he has been an Olin Fellow in Law and Economics, a Microsoft Fellow in Intellectual Property and Antitrust, and a Stanford Program in International Legal Studies fellow. He also served as Senior Editor of the Stanford Technology Law Review.
Prior to his time at Stanford, Liu earned a PhD in Jurisprudence at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, as well as an LLM from the University of Washington School of Law. He has worked for both Baker & McKenzie and Jones Day in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Jerry has published widely in Chinese, U.S., and European journals.