LLM, Columbia Law School, 2006;
LLM, Sun Yat-sen University School of Law, China, 2005;
LLB, Sun Yat-sen University School of Law, China, 2003
Professor Jingjing Liu is the associate director of the U.S.-China Partnership for Environmental Law at Vermont Law School and an assistant professor of law. The courses she has taught at VLS include Chinese Law and Comparative Environmental Law Research.
She received her LLB and LLM degrees from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China, and an LLM from Columbia Law School. Before joining VLS in 2007, she worked as a research fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council in San Francisco, where she conducted extensive research on China's environmental issues, and at the Center for Law in the Public Interest in Los Angeles on several projects related to environmental justice. Her presentations include "China's Environmental Mediation: Past Popularity, Present Challenges & Future Revitalization" at Harvard Law School; "Development of Specialized Environmental Courts in China" at Pace Law School's Symposium on Environmental Adjudication Around the World in collaboration with the New York State Judicial Institute, the Environmental Law Institute, and the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law; and "the Latest Developments of China's Water Pollution Prevention and Control Law" at the China Environment Forum of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She is the editor of the Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Volume 7: China, India, and East and Southeast Asia: Assessing Sustainability.