Qingyi Pan

New York
  • 885 Third Avenue
  • New York, NY 10022-4834
  • USA

Qingyi Pan is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins.

Prior to joining the firm full-time, Ms. Pan was a summer associate in New York.

In law school, Ms. Pan was a research editor on the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum. She also interned at the New York Attorney General’s Office in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.

Before law school, she had experiences working for Microsoft, Ernst & Young, and a leading Chinese law firm.

Ms. Pan’s representative matters include advising:

  • Microsoft on the deployment of its US$1 billion Climate Innovation Fund
  • American Airlines on greenhouse gas emissions mitigation and disclosure issues
  • Bank of America and Morgan Stanley on environmental commodity transactions, including carbon allowances and carbon offset credits
  • Indigo on the development of its Indigo Carbon business
  • Emergent Forest Finance Accelerator on its legal agreements with donors, credit purchasers and host countries for international REDD forestry projects
  • A real estate developer on the negotiation and structuring of an option to purchase nine million offsets to mitigate the emissions of a large development project
  • A large multinational company on the development, permitting, and structuring of a CCS project in California
  • The Environmental Law Institute in the creation and implementation of the China International Business Dialogue on Environmental Governance and Emission Trading Scheme, a working group promoting engagement between multinational business and environmental policymakers in China
  • Bar Qualification
    • New York
    • JD, Duke University School of Law, 2019
    • BA in Social Sciences & Mathematics, Wesleyan University, 2016
    • English
    • Chinese (Mandarin)
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