LIANG Ziying is a PhD candidate in Faculty of Law. Her research focuses on litigation law and animal protection legislation, particularly in public interest litigation and animal law.
Before conducting her doctoral research in the Hong Kong University, she held a LLB degree from South China Normal University. Afterward, she got a master degree of Law from Graduate School of China University of Political Science and Law, where she graduated as an Outstanding Graduate Student of Criminal Justice College. Prior to the commencement of her studies at HKU, she also actively participated in several National and Provincial Found Research Projects and Forum.
Field of Study: Litigation Law; Animal Law; Public Interest Litigation
Thesis Title: TBC
Programme of Study: Ph.D.
Supervisor(s): Amanda Whitfort and Richard Cullen
Publications: Identification rules for criminal electronic data from the perspective of big data, published in Journal of Liaoning Administrative College of Police and Justice
Postgraduate Scholarship, HKU, 2021-2025
Third Prize of Excellent Thesis of The Big Data and Social Governance Symposium, 2020
Academic Scholarship, CUPL, 2018/2019
Academic Scholarship, SCNU, 2017