Aaron Halegua is a lawyer, consultant, and research fellow at New York University School of Law’s U.S.-Asia Law Institute and Center for Labor and Employment Law. He has researched and written on labor issues in the United States, China, and elsewhere for over a decade. In 2016, he published the report, Who Will Represent China’s Workers? Lawyers, Legal Aid, and the Enforcement of Labor Rights. Follow him on Twitter @AHalegua.
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