Guest Staff Member
Meng Zhou is a guest researcher at eLaw since September 2018.
Meng Zhou finished his bachelor of software engineering in 2012 at Xiamen University. He subsequently worked in China Construction Bank as a bank clerk for personal financial business, and was later employed by the town government as a civil servant in Education Bureau. After three years of work, Meng started his master programme of advanced international studies at the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies in 2015. Meng graduated in 2017 with a master's thesis on How will the TRIPS-Plus Provisions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Influence Public Health, and his thesis was rated as distinction by the defense panel.
Since September 2017, he started his doctoral programme at Wuhan University and specialized in International Intellectual Property Law and Human Rights Law. He is also a member in the research programme on the Reform of Global Governance System of Intellectual Property in the Post-TRIPS Era and China's Countermeasures, which is funded by National Social Science Foundation of China. From September 2018, Meng was admitted by our center as a guest researcher and has started his research on Legal Perspective on Data Protection in the Cloud Systems of Banking Industry of EU and China.