Caitlin E. Schultz is a lawyer and China researcher. She held the 2017 Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship from New York University School of Law, where she earned an L.L.M. in International Legal Studies and was a student scholar at the NYU U.S.-Asia Law Institute. An NGO law fellow at Zhicheng Public Interest Lawyers in Beijing, she has taught on comparative law of nonprofit organizations at the China University of Political Science and Law. Her interest in China began as an undergraduate journalism student at Lanzhou University in 2008-2009.

Last Updated: August 27, 2018

Business, Charity, or Something Else?

Caitlin E. Schultz
Around the world, the concept of “social enterprise” has blurred the line between doing business and doing good. Social enterprise seeks to combine traditional for-profit business practices with products or services that primarily aim to benefit the...

What Does Charity Mean in China?

Caitlin E. Schultz
China’s Charity Law effectually governs a broad universe of non-profits while refusing to define essential terms. And, of course, organizations the government regards as sensitive—including some religious, political, human rights, and other...