Alex Huang


Alex Huang is the Lloyd M. Robbins JSD Fellow at UC Berkeley School of Law. Huang’s research focuses on bankruptcy law, corporate law, law and economics, and judicial behavior, with a particular emphasis on applying natural language processing to explore the evolutionary patterns of opinions and contracts. Huang teaches Law and Economics I&II, Sociology of Law, and Law in Chinese Society as a lecturer, tutor and graduate student instructor at the legal studies program and the school of law. Huang’s work has been published in both Chinese and English. He has been a referee for law reviews and served as a research associate at the Sun Yat-sen University Law and Economics Research Center.