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YI Ping

Senior Adviser
YI Ping is Associate Professor at Peking University Law School. She was a Research Fellow at the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science in 2007-09. She holds an LL.B. (1996-2000) and LL.M. (International Law) (2000-03) from Peking University Law School. She was a research student at the University of Tokyo Graduate School for Law and Politics in 2003-04, and studied for and obtained LL.M. (2004-06) and LL.D. (2006-09) degrees there. Her doctoral thesis was on the topic 'Between War and Peace: the 'Just War' Concept and its Consequences During the Early Period of International Law Research in Japan'. She was an Exchange Student at the Faculty of Law, Niigata University, Japan (2001-02). She is Chief Editor of Peking University International and Comparative Law Review. Her research interests include the law of war, and the history and theory of international law.

Senior Adviser
Wui Ling is an Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore (NUS)'s Faculty of Law. She was educated at National University of Singapore (LL.B., LL.M.), Harvard Law School (LL.M.), European University Institute (Diploma in Human Rights Law, one of two diplomas awarded), and Oxford University (D.Phil.). She is a qualified lawyer, called to the New York Bar, and has a diploma in arbitration, from Queen Mary, University of London. For her postgraduate studies, she was recipient of a NUS scholarship and the Kathryn Aguirre Worth Memorial Scholarship. Prior to entering academia, she served as a legal officer at Interpol's General Secretariat (Lyon, France) where she specialized in international criminal law and cross-border police co-operation. She has also worked at the Serious Crimes Unit of Timor Leste and the Permanent Court of Arbitration (The Hague). In 2011, she was a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court. Her research and publications focus on international criminal law, human rights law, and criminal justice. Wui Ling has taught at the Centre of Transnational Legal Studies (London), Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 (France), Oxford University (UK), and Royal University of Law and Economics (Cambodia).

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