Wendy researches on competition law, focusing on international and comparative issues, law and development, and China. Her PhD, which examined the political economy of China’s competition law, received the Chancellor’s Prize for Excellence in the PhD Thesis and the Harold Luntz Graduate Research Price for the Best PhD Thesis. She teaches Chinese law, competition law, and corporate law. She is also a consultant to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on issues relating to competition law and development. Prior to academia, she practised as a lawyer for several years at leading law firms in Melbourne and New York, working in competition law and corporate law. Wendy has contributed several chapters to books on Chinese competition law and competition law and development, and presented her research at Australian and international conferences and seminars. She is also an editor of the China Competition Bulletin, a leading bimonthly publication on the latest developments in Chinese competition law and policy. In 2012, she was awarded a prestigious Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Award to support her fieldwork activities in China, where she was a visiting scholar at the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing.

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