Yanbai Andrea Wang
Assistant Professor of Law
Yanbai Andrea Wang researches and teaches in the fields of civil procedure and transnational litigation, with a focus on the United States and China.
Her current research examines the enforcement of foreign judgments and the determination of foreign law. She investigates how the design of procedural doctrines and judicial institutions shapes the relationship between American and Chinese courts as well as their respective roles in the international legal order. Her article, “Exporting American Discovery,” was awarded the American Society of International Law David D. Caron Prize.
Before joining the Penn Carey Law faculty, she was a fellow and lecturer at Stanford Law School. She clerked for Judge M. Margaret McKeown on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and practiced in the litigation groups of two global law firms. She holds a PhD in International Relations from Oxford, a JD from Stanford Law School, and a BA from Princeton.