Serina Li

Job title: 
Undergraduate Student
Political Science
Legal Studies

Serina Li is a third-year studying Political Science and Legal Studies with a minor in Global Poverty Practice. Her interests focus on the intersection between law, international relations, technology, and business. Serina Li interned at the NGO China House, where she conducted research on US-China Relations in Africa and contributed to a report published by the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. At Berkeley, Serina Li is a member of UC Berkeley's Model UN competition team and is the director of the Pre-Law Department within an ASUC office that creates accessible resources for the wider pre-law community at Cal. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a law degree with a focus on international law and IP.

Research interests: 
  • Comparative Politics 
  • Foreign Policy
  • Global/Transnational