Shuya Duan is a rising 2L student at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a paralegal in the Law Office of Theodore N. Cox. Ms. Duan received her bachelor’s degree in Built Environment Engineering from Jiangsu University, China and her master’s degree of Intelligent Building Technology and Management from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. After graduation, she worked in Hong Kong as an Assistant Engineer for two years. Ms. Duan is an Accredited Professional of LEED in Building Design and Construction (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design).
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