M. Wang

As of October 2021, Meng Wang is affiliated with the METRO Institute of Transnational Legal Research at Maastricht University as a Ph.D. candidate. She is a Ph.D. representative at UM and a member of the Ius Commune Research School.

Her doctoral research focuses on the protection and utilization of freshwater during armed conflict under different branches of Public International Law and is supervised by Prof. Liesbeth Lijnzaad and Prof. Michael Faure.

In her Ph.D. research, Meng investigates how international water law, international humanitarian law, general international environmental law, and international human rights law, react and interact with one another in protecting and utilizing freshwater in times of armed conflict.

Meng holds a Bachelor’s degree in law (LLB, 2019) from Huaqiao University, China, and a Master’s degree in Public International Law (LLM, 2020, specializing in Oceans, Environment, and Sustainability) from Utrecht University, The Netherlands.


Recent Publication:

Wang, M. The Unprecedented Ramsar Resolution: Ukrainian Wetlands Protection in Armed Conflict. Neth Int Law Rev (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40802-024-00246-8