Yinan is a lecturer in law. She teaches a range of subjects at undergraduate level. She has been undertaking research in international law, maritime law and Chinese law. She has presented at conferences and published papers concerning issues on international law and international maritime law. Additionally, Yinan acts as a foundation year personal tutor to help and support her personal tutees.
Yinan completed her PhD at University of Central Lancashire and received her LLM degree at Lund University, Sweden. After studying and then practicing in law for several years, she decided to pursue her PhD degree as a result of her academic ambition. During her PhD study, she has been involved in many research projects, activities and exciting teaching assignments.
Prior to joining LJMU, Yinan has had teaching experiences of both Public and Private Oil and Gas Law at postgraduate level as well as a range of undergraduate modules: Contract Law; Legal System; Lawyer Skills; Tort Law, Thinking and Arguing Law. She was also the module leader for several postgraduate programmes: Shipping and Maritime Commercial Law; Oil and Gas Public/Private Law, which were designed and developed by her with the inspiration partially originating from the research that she has been undertaking. Yinan also supervised students on the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, PhD, Law
Lund University, Sweden, LLM, International Maritime Law
Guizhou University, China, LLB(Hons), Law
Lecturer in Law, School of Law, Liverpool John Moores University, 2018 - present
Associate Lecturer in Law, Lancashire Law School, University of Central Lancashire, 2013 - 2017
Salter M, Yin Y. 2016. Towards a Schmittian Theory of Regionalism Within International Law and Relations Testing Grossraum Analysis with Two Case Studies of Regional Institutions Routledge 9781472462749
Salter M, Yin Y. 2014. Analysing Regionalism within International Law and Relations: The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation as a Grossraum? Chinese Journal of International Law, 13 :819-877 DOI
Yin Y. Application of the Doctrine of State Responsibility for Pollution Damage from Ship-borne Hazardous Substances Xue G. 30 Years of United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982-2012): Progress and Prospects. University of Political Science and Law Press,. China, Beijing.
Engagement & Impact
A Legal Analysis of the International Rules Governing Liability for Transportation of Dangerous Goods at Sea: Rotterdam Rules and Chinese Practice, UCLan Conference: Postgraduate Research Conference July, 2013, Oral presentation.
Analysing Regionalism within International Law and Relations: the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation as a Grossraum?, Regional Studies Association European Conference 2014, Oral presentation.
Application of the Doctrine of State Responsibility for Pollution Damage from Ship-borne Hazardous Substances, The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea" (1982 to 2012) the thirtieth anniversary, Oral presentation.
Does Regionalism address any issues of International Law and Relations, Regional Studies Association European Conference 2015, Oral presentation.
Marine Pollution and Shipping Dangerous Goods, UCLan Conference: Postgraduate Research Conference July, 2012, Oral presentation.