How to Study Law and Technology in Graduate School

Shili Shao graduated from Beijing International Studies University wtih a degree in Interpreting and Translation in 2017. He then graduated from Yale Law School's Class of 2020. 


At Yale Law, Shili specialized in studying technology, business, and competition law. In addition, he held the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Journal of Law and Technology. Shili also spent time working for a judge in the Northern District of California, for the Electronic Privacy Information Center, and for Cooley LLP.




Rebecca Weires graduated from Vanderbilt in the class of 2017 with a degree in Bioengineering. Then, she graduated from Stanford Law School's Class of 2020 where she also pursued a dual degree, receiving s a MS in Bioengineering from Stanford. 


At Stanford, Rebecca specialized in studying technology, healthcare, and bioengineering. In addition, she held the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Journal of Law and Technology. She was also a member of the Stanford Law School Musical. Rebecca spent time working for a Vanderbilt Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization and for Fish and Richardson LLP. 




King Xia graduated from the University of Washington's Class of 2015 with a degrees in Computer Science and Business Administration. He then graduated from Harvard Law School's Class of 2020. Prior to his time at Harvard, King was a software engineer at Google. 


At Harvard Law, King specialized in studying the intersection of law and technology, holding the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology. King also spent time working for Hogan Lovells LLP.