Xin “Mina” Zhan is a Chinese Attorney who is in her last year of study at Emory University Law School. Mina practiced law for two years in China before enrolling at Emory to obtain a juris doctorate degree in the United States.
Mina has provided legal services to Chinese and United States entities on a variety of corporate and intellectual property matters. She has counseled clients on corporate formation and governance, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, labor and employment, and supply and distribution. Mina is also skilled in IP clearance searches and IP prosecution. She assisted clients with the enforcement of their intellectual property rights in China through negotiation, administrative proceedings, and criminal proceedings. She also conducted IP due diligence and negotiated and drafted IP licensing agreements.
Mina is active at Emory Law. She served as vice president of the Emory International Anti-Corruption Law Society and secretary of the Emory Oil, Gas and Energy Law Society, and she helped organize several speeches with high-profile speakers.
- J.D., Emory University School of Law, 2017
- LL.M., University of Bristol (U.K.), 2013
- LL.B., South China Normal University, 2012
Admitted to Practice
- People’s Republic of China, 2011