Bryan Mercurio is the Simon FS Li Professor of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Professor Mercurio’s work focuses on the intersection between trade law and intellectual property rights, free trade agreements, trade in services, trade relations with China and international investment law. Professor Mercurio is co-author of one of the most widely used case books on WTO law (Hart, 2018, 3rd ed) and co-editor of the leading collection on bilateral and regional trade agreements (CUP, 2nd ed, 2016). Professor Mercurio previously taught at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), worked as a trade negotiator and policy officer and practiced international trade, intellectual property and commercial law. He is a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Law School, Visiting Professor at the KDI School and a frequent consultant and advisor to governments, industry associations and law firms on a wide range of trade and investment matters.