Jiahui Duan is a JSD candidate in the School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. She is also a Lloyd M. Robbins Fellow. Her current research studies workplace sexual harassment issues in China, aiming to understand the development of workplace sexual harassment issues in Chinese society and explore a potential anti-sexual harassment route in the emerging economy and political context such as China’s. Her research is built on substantial fieldwork where she conducts in-depth interviews with individual employees who have been harassed and investigates how they navigate such a regulatory environment. Her fields of interest also include anti-discrimination development in China, rural women’s land rights issues, legal consciousness, and the role of the internet in shaping legal culture. She earned her Master of Law degree in Berkeley law. Prior to joining Berkeley, she was a certified lawyer in China.