Xuechan Ma has been a PhD candidate at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies since September 2015. She studied law at Peking University in China where she obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She worked as a legal intern at the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Her PhD project deals with international governance in respect of disputed marine areas.
- An Empirical Study of the Voting Pattern of Judges of the International Court of Justice (2005-2016), Erasmus Law Review 10(3): 163-174. (2017)
- “Intertemporal Principle in International Judicial Practice and Its Implication on South China Sea Dispute” 2016 3(1) Edinburgh Law Student Review 102-115. (2016)
- “The Conflict between Rules of Territory Acquisition and Its Implication on the South China Sea Dispute” 2013 28(6) Graduate Law of CUPL 110-119. (2013)