Jasmine Feng focuses her practice on international arbitration and cross-border disputes.
Jasmine was admitted as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales in 2016 and as an attorney of Taiwan in 2014, and she passed the National Judicial Examination in Mainland China in 2018. She is familiar with common law and civil law principles and has advised high net worth individuals in Greater China and multinational companies in cross-border disputes ranging from joint ventures, banking, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2021, Jasmine trained as an attorney in Taipei and worked as an associate in top-tier international law firms in London and Hong Kong, where she advised clients in international arbitration under various institutional rules, including HKIAC (Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre), ICC (International Chamber of Commerce), CIETAC (China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission), SIAC (Singapore International Arbitration Centre), and UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission On International Trade Law), and complex commercial litigation matters before the courts of Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Jasmine has published articles on international arbitration and spoken at seminars and webinars on dispute resolution. She is a member of the HK45 Blog Committee formed under the auspices of HKIAC and is active in several young arbitration groups in the Greater China region.
Publications Prior to Jones Day
The Center for American and International Law, Young ITA Newsletter, Issue 2
Judicial Support against Due Process Paranoia in International Arbitration, Kluwer Arbitration Blog
- University College London (LL.M. with a specialization in International Commercial Law 2016); National Cheng Kung University (LL.B. 2012)
- Taiwan, Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, and Registered Foreign Lawyer (Singapore)
- English, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese (Hokkien), and conversational Japanese