Leeds, United Kingdom
Bingdao is a third year Ph.D. candidate in cross-border Insolvency Law at University of Leeds. His main research interests include cross-border insolvency law in Asia and the reform of Chinese enterprise bankruptcy system.
Prior to beginning the Ph.D. program, Bingdao received a business management degree from the Harper Adams University and an LL.M. in International Commercial Law from the University of Nottingham. Based on his LL.M. comparative thesis on the UNCITRAL Model Law on cross-border insolvency and the EC regulation on insolvency proceedings, Bingdao developed his doctoral research focusing on the development and reform of cross-border insolvency law in China and Hong Kong, under the supervision of Professor Gerard McCormack and Professor Duncan Sheehan.
Currently, Bingdao is a module assistant for contract law at the School of Law, and has been involved in various research projects within the department.