Ching-Fu Lin is an Associate Professor of Law at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), where he teaches global health law, food law and policy, artificial intelligence law and policy, introduction to law and technology, and international law and global governance. Professor Lin received his LL.M. and S.J.D. from Harvard Law School, with the honor of John Gallup Laylin Memorial Prize (best paper in public international law) and Yong K. Kim Memorial Prize (best paper in East Asian legal studies). He also holds a double degree in law (LL.B.) and chemical engineering (B.S.) from National Taiwan University.
Professor Lin has served as Visiting Researcher at Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University in the United States as well as Visiting Fellow at Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. He has also been Peter Barton Hutt Student Fellow at Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics as well as Visiting Scholar Coordinator at East Asian Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School. More recently, Professor Lin received the Junior Research Award from NTHU in 2017 and the Young Scholar Fellowship (2018-2023) from Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology in 2018.
Active in legal academia, Professor Lin has been invited to lecture in many academic/practical settings, such as the World Trade Organization, Summer Academy in Global Food Law and Policy in Spain, Brescia University School of Law in Italy, and World Food Law Program and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in the United States. His legal scholarship has appeared in numerous journals and edited collections, including Virginia Journal of International Law, University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, Food and Drug Law Journal, and Journal of World Trade.