Yue Qiu is a partner in the Shanghai office of Kirkland & Ellis International LLP, where she advises clients on government enforcement and investigations, compliance counseling and cross-border dispute resolution.
Co-author, “Newly Released Draft Measures on Data Security Management Strengthen China’s Data Protection Framework,” Mondaq, July 2019.
Co-author, "Anti-corruption due diligence in cross-border transactions", Thomson Reuters, March 19, 2019.
Co-author, “Commercial Bribery under China’s Recently Amended Anti-unfair Competition Law,” Risk & Compliance Magazine, April–June 2018.
Co-author, “China’s National Development and Reform Commission Signals Three Major Trends in Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement in Latest Penalty Decisions,” Kirkland & Ellis Alert, January 2016.
Contribution to a chapter in the book “A Practical Guide: Anti-corruption Compliance in China,” CCH, July 2014.
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2013, People's Republic of China (non-practising)
- 2012, New York
- New York University School of LawLL.M.2011
- East China University of Political Science and LawLL.B.2010