Robin Hui HUANG is Professor of Law in the Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), currently serving as Executive Director of Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development as well as Assistant Dean (External Affairs – Asia). Prior to joining CUHK, Professor Huang was a tenured staff member in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), where he now holds a position of Adjunct Professor. He is also Adjunct Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law, Senior Fellow in the Melbourne Law School, as well as an elected member of the Executive Council of China Commercial Law Society. He received two bachelor degrees – in mechanical engineering and in law – and a Masters degree in law, from Tsinghua University in Beijing China, and a PhD from the Faculty of Law, UNSW.
Professor Huang specializes in corporate law, securities regulation, financial law, financial dispute resolution, and foreign investment, with a particular focus on Chinese and comparative law issues. He has written extensively in his areas of expertise, with articles published in some of the top-rated journals in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and elsewhere. These include leading comparative law journals such as the American Journal of Comparative Law; leading international arbitration journals such as Arbitration International; leading specialist journals in various jurisdictions such as the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law (US), Berkeley Business Law Journal (US), Journal of Corporate Law Studies (UK), Journal of Business Law (UK), Company and Securities Law Journal (Australia), Australian Journal of Corporate Law (Australia), Banking and Finance Law Review (Canada); and well-regarded generalist journals such as University of New South Wales Law Journal (Australia), Hong Kong Law Journal, Chinese Journal of Law [Faxue Yanjiu], Tsinghua Law Review [Qinghua Faxue]. He has also published numerous books and book chapters with reputable publishers such as the Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Kluwer Law International, Routledge, Peking University Press and Tsinghua University Press, including Securities and Capital Markets Law in China (Oxford University Press, 2014) and Comparative Corporate Law: International Experiences and Suggestions for China (Tsinghua University Press, 2011).
Professor Huang has received many awards in recognition of his excellence of research, including best conference paper prizes in Australia and China, CUHK Research Excellence Award and Young Researcher Award. His research has been supported by various research grant bodies such as Australian Research Council and Hong Kong Research Grant Council. He has held visiting posts at prestigious institutions (such as Harvard Law School, Cambridge Law School) and has been engaged as an expert by international organizations (such as the World Bank), government agencies (such as Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission), professional bodies (such as Hong Kong Securities Institute) and private firms.