Visiting Scholar Workshop: Siyuan Wu

Please join us Wednesday, May 3 at 2:45 PM in the 5th floor conference room in Wilf Hall (139 MacDougal) for a presentation by Visiting Scholar Siyuan Wu. Her presentation is entitled “Plea Bargaining in China” Light refreshments will be provided.

*Note: Our neighbors on the floor will be having a meeting until 2:30, so please await their exit of the room. 

About Siyuan Wu:

Ms. Siyuan Wu is a Ph.D. candidate in Criminal Procedure Law at East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) in Shanghai, where she also obtained her Masters and Bachelor’s degree. She is now a Research Assistant at the East China Institute of Prosecution, focusing on criminal trial procedure, criminal evidence rules, and criminal juridical system. She has also published several academic papers in Chinese journals and newspapers about these issues. Recently, Ms. Wu has worked with the Legislative Affairs Commission of Shanghai NPC Standing Committee, Shanghai Institute of Legislation, and the Shanghai NO.2 Intermediate People’s Court. Ms. Wu was also invited to visit National Chuang Cheng University (NCU) as a visiting scholar.

At USALI, she will conduct research on Criminal Due Process in America and its Reference for China’s Judiciary Reform.