Ms Loo Jing Xi, Gloria
Ms Gloria Loo is Research Associate with the ASEAN Law and Policy team. She graduated in 2016 with an LLM (specialising in International and Comparative Law) from the National University of Singapore. Gloria was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor in Singapore in 2014 and had practised as a corporate lawyer prior to joining CIL.
International investment law, China’s position in international investment law and in the global economy, the legal implications of the Belt and Road Initiative (specifically, in international investment, investment dispute resolution, the concept and practice of sovereignty, the global financial architecture and the theory of international law), public law (constitutional law, philosophy of constitutional law, institutional design and regulatory design), law of regional organisations, and the philosophy and history of international law.
‘ASEAN and Janus-faced Constitutionalism: the Indonesian case’ (17(1) International Journal of Constitutional Law (forthcoming))
Presented a paper on “ASEAN Energy Cooperation: A thematic analysis and a case study of Indonesia” at the Junior Scholars’ Workshop of the Asian Society for International Law’s 6th Biennial Conference in Seoul (August 2017)
Presented a paper on “ASEAN and Janus-faced Constitutionalism: the Indonesian case” at the 2018 Conference of the International Society of Public Law in Hong Kong (June 2018)