Tong Qi is currently a professor of international law at the Law School of Wuhan University, China. He also served as the deputy dean of Wuhan University Academy of International Law and Global Governance, director of the Centre of Overseas Investment Law, vice-Chairman of China International Investment Arbitration Forum, Specialist Expert of China Foreign-Related Commercial & Maritime Trial of the Supreme People's Court of China. He has acted as international lawyer in DeHeng Law Office, and arbitrator in dozens of arbitration institutions in China.
His research focuses on international investment & finance law, international trade law & policy, international dispute settlement. His selected English publications include China, the EU and International Investment Law: Reforming Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ed.) (Routledge 2020), 'Avoid opening up the Pandora's box: treaty parallelism, termination and survival in the reform of the China-EU investment regime' (Asia Pacific Law Review, 2022), 'Improving Global Investment Governance: China as a New Variable' (ICSID Review, 2020), etc.