Chung-Chia Huang is a J.S.D. candidate at the University of Chicago Law School. His current research project is to investigate the boundary between criminal and tort law by the attempt to shift the conventional perspective of deterrence to the standpoint of reducing precaution costs.
His research focuses on the economic and empirical analysis of criminal law. On top of that, his areas of interest include public and private enforcement, economic analysis of law, and financial regulation.
Before coming to the University of Chicago Law School, he received his LL.M. (2018) from Harvard Law School; and his LL.B. (2012), B.B.A. (2012) and LL.M. (2015) from National Taiwan University (NTU). In 2016, he was also awarded a scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Taiwan, to study criminal law abroad.