Shuping Li, Project Assistant
Shuping is a Project Assistant at Miller Shah LLP.
A Brooklyn native, Shuping is currently a senior at Cornell University, majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations. She began working for Miller Shah as an ILR Credit Intern and has since been retained as a Project Assistant. In college, Shuping cultivates her passion for law through her participation in Cornell Mock Trial and as Associate Editor of Cornell’s Undergraduate Law and Society Review Journal. Additionally, Shuping is pursuing an Information Science minor as a means of exploring her burgeoning interest in cyber security regulation. She is an active member of the law fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta.
Shuping’s work supports all aspects of Miller Shah’s practice, including complex qui tam, securities, and employment matters. Shuping expects to work for Miller Shah as a Project Analyst prior to attending law school.
Cornell University, ’22 (Expected)
B.S., Industrial and Labor Relations;
Minor, Information Science (Expected)
Shuping enjoys biking and crafting elegant charcuterie boards with her friends. Shuping is the firm member most likely to take cute pictures in the ‘hip and chic’ neighborhood of Williamsburg. She continues to deny any association with Cornell Mock Trial’s controversial recruitment methods.