Professor Jarrod Wong is Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Global Center at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. He is a scholar in international dispute resolution, whose recent work looks at the challenges to the legitimacy of investor-state arbitration amid the negotiation of (mega-) regional trade and investment treaties like the CPTPP and USMCA. He has been published in the Minnesota Law Review, Tulane Law Review, George Mason Law Review, Florida State University Law Review, Pepperdine Law Review, and Columbia Journal of Transnational Law among others.
Professor Wong is Co-Chair of the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) in 2020. He also serves on the ASIL Executive Committee, was the immediate past Co-Chair of the ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group, and co-chaired the 2018 ASIL Research Forum at UCLA Law. He has been at panelist at ASIL annual meetings as well as on plenary panels of the Research Forum.
Professor Wong is also an Advisory Board Member of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA). He is the immediate past Co-Vice Chair of the ITA Academic Council and served on the ITA Executive Council. He co-chaired the 2017 Annual ITA Workshop in Dalllas, as well the 2013 ITA Winter Forum Conference in Miami.
B.A. (Law) (first class honours), Cambridge University (1995)
LL.M., University of Chicago Law School (1996)
J.D. (order of the coif), Berkeley Law (1999)