• PhD Student, University of California, Irvine, Adam Smith Fellow

Li Huang is a PhD student in criminology, law, & society at University of California, Irvine. Her research interests include white-collar and corporate crime and juror bias. Her dissertation focuses on the post-financial crisis corporate crime prosecution and punishment through the lenses of legal endogeneity and symbolic punishment. Li earned a JSM from Stanford University, a JM from Fudan University, and a BA in economics from Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. She was a Mercatus Center Don Lavoie Fellow during the spring 2021 semester.