Guogang Li
Mr. Guogang LI


The International Law Institute is proud to announce the addition of Mr. Guogang Li as an Advisor with our International Trade Law Center, working alongside Mr. Patrick Macrory, Director. Mr. Li will also contribute as faculty in both in our Trade and International Investment seminars. Mr. Li brings unmatched expertise and experience to the Center and will be an invaluable asset to participants enrolled in the ILI’s Trade and Investment Courses.

Presently, Mr. Li is a Senior Trade Advisor at the firm White & Case in Washington, DC where he specializes in inbound and outbound trade remedy cases, World Trade Organization negotiations and disputes, regulatory issues involving trade and investment in China, and issues arising under China’s Anti-Monopoly law.

Previously, Mr. Li served as a Director in the Chinese Ministry of Commerce where he designed many of China’s trade laws and regulations and was a founding member of the Chinese anti-dumping law practice. Notably, in this role, Mr. Li was instrumental in the settlement of the world’s largest trade dispute involving China and the European Union valued at over US$20 billion.

Mr. Li is a graduate of American University Washington College of Law where he earned his LLM in international legal studies. During his tenure at American University Mr. Li was a Humphrey Fellow, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. Mr. Li also holds a Master’s of Economics degree from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China and a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Commerce in Tianjin, China.