Student Fellow Alumnus
Ching-Fu Lin was the 2013-2014 Peter Barton Hutt Student Fellow. He received his LLM in 2010 from Harvard Law School, where he is currently a candidate for the SJD. He holds a double degree in law (LLB) and chemical engineering (BS) from National Taiwan University. He is currently Researcher and Associate Journal Editor at the Asian Center for WTO & International Health Law and Policy. His areas of research include food safety regulation, WTO law, international health law, and international relations theory. His legal scholarship has appeared in numerous journals and edited collections including Global Food Safety: Exploring Key Elements for an International Regulatory Strategy (Virginia Journal of International Law, 2011), SPS-Plus and Bilateral Treaty Network: A “Global” Solution to the Global Food Safety Problem? (Wisconsin International Law Journal, 2012), and Reassessing the Limits of the Codex Alimentarius Commission (Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, forthcoming). After graduating from Harvard Law School, Ching-Fu was a Visiting Fellow at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) in Geneva, Switzerland. In Fall 2015 he took up a position as Assistant Professor of Law at the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan.
Read the research paper Ching-Fu wrote during his fellowship year:
Ching-Fu Lin, Public-Private Interactions in Global Food Safety Governance, 69(2) FOOD AND DRUG LAW JOURNAL 143 (2014).