Jing Wang is a full-time Law Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde, UK, and Member of the Research Team at SCALES—Strathclyde Centre for Antitrust Law and Empirical Study. She specialises in antitrust teaching and research. Published in top global journals such as World Competition: Law and Economics Review, Oxford Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, Michigan State International Law Review, Fordham International Law Journal, European Competition Law Review, and Global Competition Litigation Review, Jing’s research over recent years examines how traditional competition law prohibitions and regulators are often ineffective at keeping pace with State intervention in government-oriented economies. More recently, Jing has also focused on examining new emerging anti-consumer anti-competitive practices in digital markets in the EU, US and China, resulting in multiple conference papers and publications (New Law Journal) examining the interface between digital anti-consumer practices and antitrust regulation. A research innovator, Jing has researched and incorporated the use of animations into her antitrust law graduate teaching, in order to encourage antitrust students to think more deeply about the impact of antitrust activities on societal development. Her work in this area has been funded by the Clark Foundation and has attracted strong interest from other UK Law schools seeking to deploy this methodology in their antitrust study programmes. Most recently Jing has spent a sabbatical period in China interviewing officials responsible for taking public interest antitrust litigation, as part of a study to assess and evaluate the future impact of 2022 legislative changes in China’s antitrust enforcement provisions.