Christine Yuan earned a JD with an international legal affairs specialization from Cornell Law School in May 2021. She completed a business law and regulation concentration after studying bankruptcy, securities, and antitrust regulatory law. Christine is deeply interested in the intersection of business, technology, and the law and has performed research assistance on such matters for legal scholars in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States. During law school, she interned with numerous start-up companies in industries as diverse as consumer goods, health care, and legal documentation automation. As a former ABA Antitrust Law Section summer intern, she has also worked at the Federal Trade Commission on consumer protection and competition law cases.
Prior to law school, Christine was a digital technology consultant and worked with clients to implement data analytics and visualization software. In her free time, Christine enjoys biking around New York City and hiking around New York State. She volunteers with mask sewing initiatives and soup kitchens, as well as the National High School Ethics Bowl.