Carrie (Shu) Shang


Name: Carrie (Shu) Shang

Office location: 164-2045

Phone number: (909) 869-3794



 J.D. Law: University of Southern California Gould School of Law
 B.S. Environmental Science: University of California, Berkeley
 B.A. (Hon.) Molecular and Cell Biology: University of California, Berkeley


Courses taught:

Business Law, International Business Law

Bar admissions:

California (2019), People’s Republic of China (2014), New York (2013)

Most recent publications:

Selected Publications (Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles)

  • Carrie Shu Shang, “Access to Justice for the Chinese Consumer – Handling Consumer Disputes in Contemporary China” (Book Review), Conflict Resolution Quarterly (forthcoming 2021)
  • Denis Iurchenko, Jeffrey S. Petty, Carrie (Shu) Shang and Joern Block, “Enabling Online Equity Crowdfunding: Understanding the Approval Process Across Four Countries”, International Review of Entrepreneurship (forthcoming 2021)
  • Carrie Shu Shang and Wei Shen, “Embracing Lex Mercatoria Through Resistance: Trade Customs, ADR and Laws Governing Commercial Relationship in China”, Asia Pacific Law Review (forthcoming 2021)
  • Wei Shen and Carrie Shu Shang, “Conceptualizing Unilateralism, Fragmentationism and Statism in a Populism Context – A Rise of Populist International Law?”, Brazilian Journal of International Law (forthcoming October 2020)
  • Shu Shang and Wei Shen, “Trajectory of Centralized Judicial Control in the Context of Tackling Local Protectionism in Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards in China”, The China Quarterly (March 2020)
  • Shu Shang and Wei Shen, “When the State Sovereign Immunity Rule Meets Sovereign Wealth Funds in the Post Financial Crisis Era: Is There Still a Black Hole in International Law?” Leiden Journal of International Law 31(4) (2018)
  • Shu Shang, “Investor Protection in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone”, Transnational Dispute Management the Pacific Rim and International Economic Law Special Issue (2015)
  • Shu Shang, “An Incomplete Negative List”, Jurisprudence Monthly (法学), Vol.1 (2014)

Selected Publications (Law Journals and Book Chapters)

  • Carrie Shu Shang and Wenli Guo, “The Rise of ODR-Led Justice in China – An Initial Look”, ANU Journal of Law and Technology (forthcoming 2020) 
  • Shu Shang, Wenli Guo and Charles Mak, “Two Paths Leading to the Same End? A Discussion of Development and Regulation of Online Mediation under the COVID-19 in China and the United States”, World Arbitration and Mediation Review (forthcoming 2020)
  • Julien Chaisse and Shu Shang, “Promoting a Greater Use of Mediation or Hybrid Dispute Resolution in the EU: The Resolution of International of International Commercial and Financial Disputes”, Multi-Tier Dispute Resolution, co-edited by Anselmo Reyes and Weixia Gu, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021
  • Shu Shang, “Implementing Investor-State Mediation in China’s Next Generation BIT”, China-European Union Investment Relationships, edited by Julien Chaisse, Edward Elgar, 2018

Selected Research Awards and Fellowships

  • Invited Scholar, American Business Law Journal (ABLJ) Invited Scholar Colloquium, Academy of Legal Studies, 2020
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