Helen Hai-ning Huang Helen Hai-ning Huang
Helen is a senior associate at Lee and Li and a member of the firm's Corporate and Investment Department and Energy Law practice group. She majored in public international law and WTO law at National Taiwan University, and studied environmental and climate law and policy as well as administrative law and regulation at Harvard Law School.
Helen's practice encompasses cross-border M&A, foreign investment, renewable energy projects, international trade law, administrative law, and regulatory compliance in the food and tobacco industry. Helen is well experienced in the electric power sector and energy related laws and regulations. She has assisted a number of domestic and international clients in developing and investing in renewable energy projects in Taiwan, in particular utility-scale onshore and offshore wind farms and various solar projects, including the first offshore wind farm project in Taiwan with a total installed capacity of 128MW. Helen is also experienced in regulatory law with respect to the food and tobacco industry, and has assisted a number of international clients in regulatory compliance matters in Taiwan.
Helen has been actively involved in the public interests cases, in which she has assisted a number of organizations in special case projects and the research of key polices and legislations. Helen is also a long-term advocate of climate change and energy transition, and has been closely following up on the major policy and regulatory development domestically and globally.
- LL.M., Harvard Law School (2019)
- LL.M., National Taiwan University (2015)
- LL.B., Soochow University (2011)
Energy Law，Environmental and Climate Law，International Trade Law，Administrative Law and Proceedings，Infrastructure Projects & Government Contracts，Mergers & Acquisitions ，Corporate Investment
Vice chairman, International Law Committee of Taipei Bar Association
Law clerk, Center for Biological Diversity, Climate Law Institute, Washington D.C. Office
Admitted to Taiwan Bar Association (2013)
- Mandarin, English
|2021年||Localization of Taiwan Offshore Wind Industry and Onward: Critiques and Recommendations for Its Poli
16(1) Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy 59 (2021)
|2019年||Legitimacy and Accountability of Agency Policymaking and Rulemaking Concerning the Energy Transformation in Taiwan
|2017年||貿易小蝦米在WTO的勝仗 -- 簡評臺灣控訴加拿大焊接碳鋼管案
|2017年||Right to Water in the Shadow of Trade Liberalization, in THE REGULATION OF THE GLOBAL WATER SERVICE
Cambridge Univ. Press
|2021年||SMU X-O Course: Law Study Mission (2021)
Singapore Management University School of Law