Monika Prusinowska (Ph.D) is an Assistant Professor at the China-EU School of Law at the China University of Political Science and Law. Her Ph.D. thesis, defended at the University of Hamburg, concerned the state’s involvement in international commercial arbitration in the mainland China.
Monika holds both a Master’s Degree in Chinese Law from Tsinghua University, China, and a Master’s Degree in Polish Law from the University of Lodz, Poland. Her primary professional interest involves various aspects of dispute resolution in Asia, and China in particular, as well as international business law in the Sino-foreign context.
She has gained work experience as a lawyer in one of the largest mainland law firms and as a guest lecturer of the Embassy of Poland to China. She also possesses the qualification of the HKIAC tribunal secretary and serves as the HKIAC’s Women in Arbitration Executive Committee member. Monika has conducted a number of empirical studies concerning arbitration in China and also researched with one of the leading mainland arbitration centers.