Eric Jiang advises and assists clients in matters relating to customs and international trade, international investments and transactions, and international arbitration. He is licensed to practice law in New York/USA, in Ontario/Canada and in all the Provinces in mainland China. Eric studied and researched law for fourteen years in three well regarded law schools, achieving an LL.B. and M.Jur. at Peking University, an LL.M. at Queen’s University, and a J.D. at York University. He was a full-time faculty member of the School of Law at Peking University, but has since been practicing law within and outside China. Over the years, in addition to other international work, Eric has represented many companies in antidumping, countervailing and other trade remedy cases and has developed solid expertise in customs and trade laws, FTA and WTO laws. Eric has authored or co-authored a number of English and Chinese publications dealing with a range of legal subjects including: A Practical Guide on Corporate Governance in China, Customs Law,“Towards A Truly Globalized Competition Initiative”, “From TPP to ‘One Belt, One Road”: Some Thoughts on Establishing Institutional Supports”,“Ten Years After Accession to the WTO: Recent Developments in and an Analysis of the Non-market Economy Issue”, and “Trade Wars, WTO Crisis and China’s Response: Reshaping Global Trade Rules”.