Sheng Zhou is an Articles Editor for the American University Business Law Review. He has focused his legal education on Corporate and International Business Law. Sheng has interned at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Office on Intellectual Property Rights, the General Counsel’s Office at the Society for Human Resources Management, and with Judge C. Philip Nichols of the Maryland 7th Judicial Circuit.
Sheng was born in Shanghai, China, but grew up in Maryland. Prior to law school, he attended The George Washington University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in a double major of International Affairs with a concentration in International Economics and Asian Studies and led the nationally ranked award-winning Model United Nations team.