Professor Zang is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law. He joined the faculty full-time in 2006, after serving as a visiting professor in 2005-06. He holds an S.J.D. and LL.M. from Harvard Law School, in addition to his LL.M. from Renmin University (Beijing) and LL.B. from Beijing College of Economics. Professor Zang's research interests include international trade law, and comparative study of Chinese law in social transformation. His recent publications include: “Divided by Common Language: ‘Capture’ Theories in GATT/WTO and the Communicative Impasse” 32 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 423 (Summer 2009, No.2); “From Environment to Energy: China’s Re-conceptualization of Climate Change,” 27 Wisconsin International Law Journal 543 (Fall 2009, No.3); “Green from Above: Climate Change, New Developmental Strategy, and Regulatory Choice in China,” 45 Texas International Law Journal 201 (Fall 2009, No.1); “The Rise of Political Populism and the Trouble with the Legal Profession in China,” 6 Harvard China Review 79 (Jan. 2010, No.1).