Jackson Neagli graduated with his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 2023. He also holds an LL.M in international law from the University of Edinburgh School of Law, an MA in Chinese Studies from SOAS London, and a BA in Asian Studies from Rice University. His writing on Chinese law and politics has been published in the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs and the Harvard International Law Journal, and he was awarded the Law School’s Yong K. Kim ’95 Memorial Prize for his 2022 article (Why) Does Genocide Matter? ‘Naming Horror’ in Xinjiang. Jackson’s current research focuses on the comparative analysis of Chinese and Euro-American family and criminal law, especially with respect to sex crimes.