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September 12th 2019

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Dr Mimi Zou named in ‘40 under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australian’ awards

Dr Mimi Zou, the Fangda Partners Career Development Fellow in Chinese Commercial Law at St Hugh’s College and Co-founder of the Oxford Deep Tech Dispute Resolution Lab, has been included in the inaugural ’40 under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian’ awardee list, as one of the top five finalists for the Education category.

The list recognises the accomplishments of exceptional young Asian-Australian leaders in their fields as well as their track record in making a significant contribution to their community and their leadership in driving Australia’s engagement with Asia.

The Awards will be presented at a dinner for the Asian-Australian Leadership Summit on Thursday 12 September at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne, with a keynote speech from Adam Liaw, Celebrity Chef, Winner of Masterchef 2010, writer and television presenter.

The Awards have been decided by a panel of distinguished judges, including Joanna Gray (Managing Editor, Australian Financial Review), Adan Liaw (Masterchef), Chin Tan (Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission), Penny Burtt (Group CEO, Asialink), Peter Varghese AO (Chancellor of the University of Queensland), Andrew Parker (Partner, PwC Australia), Naseema Sparks AM (Director, Arq Group), and Jason Johnson (Managing Partner, Johnson).

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